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UNIVERSITY  OF  EDINBURGH 

ROLL    OF    HONOUR 

1914-  -1919 


I'lAI!      I. 


HlcrcOKOpic  Coy.] 


EARL    KITCHENER    OF   KHARTOUM 

t.orit  Rector  of  the  Cniversily 
1914-1916 


[London. 


UNIVERSITY  OF  EDINBURGH 


ROLL  OF  HONOUR 

1914-1919 


EDINBURGH 

Printed  and  Published  for  the  University  by 

OLIVER  AND    BOYD,  TWEEDDALE  COURT 

LONDON:   33  PATERNOSTER  ROW,  E.G. 
1921 


EDITOR 

MAJOR    JOHN    E.     MACKENZIE 


CONTENTS 


PAGE 

INTRODUCTION  BY  THE  PRINCIPAL  ix 


EXTRACT  FROM  SPEECH  BY  RUDYARD  KIPLING  .  •    .  xii 

ROLL  OF  THE  FALLEN                             .           .  .  i 

RECORD  OF  WAR  SERVICE  .  117 

ORDERS,  DECORATIONS  AND  DISPATCHES            .  -  753 


INTRODUCTION 

THIS  volume  has  been  compiled  to  meet  a  strong  and 
general  desire  that  the  names  should  be  recorded  of 
those  members  of  the  University  of  Edinburgh  who 
took  part  in  the  war,  as  well  as  those  whose  service  cost  them 
their  lives.  At  first  it  was  intended  that  the  Record  should 
comprehend  all  forms  of  national  service  ;  but  as  the  collection 
of  material  proceeded  it  was  found  impracticable  to  obtain 
particulars  from  more  than  a  small  proportion  of  the  great 
number  who  contributed  to  win  the  war  by  one  form  or  another 
of  civilian  effort.  It  was,  moreover,  realised  that  such  services, 
important  as  many  of  them  were,  stood  in  a  different  category 
from  services  in  the  field.  Any  attempt  to  mention  them  was 
therefore  abandoned,  and  the  Record  of  War  Service  which 
is  now  presented  relates  only  to  those  who  served  in  the  Forces 
of  the  Crown.  For  similar  reasons  no  account  is  included  here 
of  the  work — some  of  it  of  notable  consequence — which  was 
done  in  the  laboratories  of  the  University  with  a  definitely 
military  aim. 

The  Record  comprises,  first,  a  "  Roll  of  the  Fallen,"  on 
which  are  the  names  of  944  members  of  the  University,  with  a 
brief  account  of  their  military  careers,  and  with  photographs, 
when  these  could  be  obtained.  The  University  desires  to  thank 
the  relatives  of  those  whose  names  appear  in  this  list  for  their 
ready  and  careful  response  to  enquiries  as  to  service,  and  for  the 
photographs  which  have  been  sent  in  about  eight  hundred 
and  fifty  instances.  All  the  photographers  concerned  have 


IX 


Introduction 

generously  waived  any  claim  to  copyright  in  respect  of  the 
reproduction  of  photographs  in  this  volume.  The  Roll  is 
arranged  alphabetically.  It  gives  for  each  individual  his  date  of 
birth  and  his  school,  his  athletic  and  military  record  at  school,  the 
Faculty  in  which  he  studied  and  his  degree  (if  any),  his  athletic 
and  military  record  at  the  University,  the  record  of  his  war 
services,  with  promotions,  dates,  places  of  service,  decorations, 
honours,  and  mentions  in  dispatches. 

The  next  list,  which  is  entitled  "  Record  of  War  Service," 
gives  details,  necessarily  in  a  very  concise  form,  of  service  in  the 
Navy,  Army,  or  Air  Force,  on  the  part  of  about  seven  thousand 
members  of  the  University.  Names  which  are  included  in  the 
"  Roll  of  the  Fallen "  are  not  repeated  in  this  list.  The 
particulars  which  are  given  have  in  general  been  furnished  by 
the  persons  concerned,  in  reply  to  a  circular  issued  by  the 
University,  and  have  been  checked  and  supplemented  by  reference 
to  Army  and  Navy  Lists. 

Then  follows  a  list  of  Orders,  Decorations,  and  Mentions  in 
Dispatches,  which  includes,  with  many  other  honours,  five 
awards  of  the  Victoria  Cross. 

On  the  outbreak  of  hostilities  about  six  hundred  students  and 
young  graduates  who  had  been  members  of  the  Officers'  Training 
Corps  at  once  received  commissions  in  the  Army.  The  Officers' 
Training  Corps,  which  in  this  University  includes  Artillery, 
Engineer,  Infantry,  and  Medical  Units,  continued  to  be  an 
active  training  centre  for  Cadets  during  the  whole  of  the  war. 
It  will  be  seen  from  the  lists  that  a  large  proportion  of  the 
graduates  of  the  University  took  service  as  medical  officers.  In 
many  instances  medical  students  who  had  joined  the  Forces 
as  combatants  were  returned  at  a  later  stage  to  the  University 
to  complete  their  professional  training  in  view  of  the  urgent 
needs  of  the  Royal  Army  Medical  Corps. 


Introduction 

The  work  of  editing  the  volume  has  been  carried  out  by 
Major  John  E.  Mackenzie.  The  University  desires  to  thank 
the  Editor  for  the  labour  and  care  he  has  expended  in  compiling 
it,  and  in  passing  it  through  the  press.  To  gather,  select,  and 
verify  the  particulars  of  service  of  so  many  persons  has  not 
been  a  short  or  easy  task.  Among  Major  Mackenzie's  qualifi- 
cations for  the  Editorship  was  the  fact  that  he  had  served  as 
Adjutant  of  the  Officers'  Training  Corps  throughout  the  War. 
He  has  spared  no  pains  to  secure  accuracy  and  completeness, 
and  in  this  he  has  had  efficient  help  from  a  staff  of  assistants 
and  from  several  voluntary  workers,  among  whom  Mr  J.  G. 
Gilbertson,  Dr  Thomas  Mackenzie,  Dr  Samuel  Walker,  and 
Mr  George  Wilson,  should  especially  be  named.  Much  of  the 
initial  work  of  collecting  particulars  was  carried  out  by  the 
former  Secretary  of  the  Senatus  and  Court,  Professor  Sir  Ludovic 
Grant,  with  the  assistance  of  the  clerical  staff,  and  the  material 
was  indexed  under  the  supervision  of  Dr  James  Walker. 

Mr  Rudyard  Kipling  has  allowed  us  to  print  the  sentences 
which  follow  on  the  next  page.  They  formed  part  of  a  speech 
delivered  in  July  1920,  on  the  occasion  of  his  receiving  from  the 
University  the  honorary  degree  of  Doctor  of  Laws.  His  words 
are  felt  to  be  a  peculiarly  fitting  introduction  to  the  Roll  of 
Honour  of  the  University  in  which  they  were  spoken. 

J.   A.   EWING, 

Principal  and  Vice-Chancellor. 

THE  UNIVERSITY, 
EDINBURGH,  January  1921. 


XI 


"T  TERE  as  elsewhere,  the  sins  of  the  fathers 
A  J.  were  visited  on  the  children,  and  the  sons  of 
your  University  were  once  again  constrained,  like 
their  forebears,  so  to  use  themselves  in  matters  of 
conscience  as  they  should  answer  to  their  Maker. 
All  earth  is  witness  that  they  answered  as  befitted 
their  ancestry ;  they  endured  as  the  strong  in- 
fluences about  their  youth  had  framed  them  to 
endure.  That  they  willingly  and  wittingly  laid 
down  the  unachieved  purposes  of  their  lives  in 
order  that  all  life  should  not  be  wrenched  from  its 
purpose ;  that  they  turned  without  fear  or  question 
from  these  Gates  of  Learning  to  those  of  the  Grave 
in  order  that  free  men  might  still  continue  to 
learn  freedom,  is  their  glory  but  not  their  glory 
alone.  It  is  the  glory  also  of  their  severe  and 
beloved  mother,  who,  while  she  gave  them  learn- 
ing, dowered  them  with  that  wisdom  without 
which  all  learning  is  folly." 

RUDYARD   KIPLING. 

From  a  Speech  at  the  University  of 
Edinburgh,  -jth  July  1920. 


ROLL  OF  THE  FALLEN 

ABERNETHY,  WILLIAM  (b.  1893). 

Anderson    Institute,    Lerwick.      Student    of   Science,  1914-15.      R.E.    (Special 

Brigade),  Pioneer  Feb.  1916.      France.     Wounded  on  29th  and    died  of  wounds 

on  3Oth  June  1916  at  Fricourt  on  Somme.  PI.  II. 

ADAMSON,  GEORGE  ADDIS  (b.  1898). 

Ardrossan  Academy ;  Dux;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1909-12.  Student 
of  Arts,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  July  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Dec. 
1916.  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  France.  Fell  in 
action  at  Passchendaele  on  I2th  October  1917.  PI.  II. 

ADAMSON,  ROBERT  THORBURN  (b.  1893). 

Ardrossan  Academy.  Cadet  Corps  1903-6.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14;  M.A. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  I3th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914; 
Lieut,  and  Acting  Captain  Dec.  1916.  France.  Fell  leading  his  Company  at  the 
Battle  of  Arras  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  II. 

AINGER,  HERBERT  CECIL  (b.  1895). 

Giggleswick.  O.T.C.  1910-11.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
Dec.  1913  to  Nov.  1914.  1 5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  3rd  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut  1916.  R.F.C.  Observer,  1916;  Pilot  March  1917. 
France.  Killed  in  Flanders  on  4th  October  1917.  PI.  II. 

AINSLIE,  ARCHIBALD  (b.  1893). 

Launceston  Church  Grammar  School,  Tasmania.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14. 
Scottish  Horse,  Private  Dec.  1914.  3/4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915.  Palestine.  Killed  in  action  in  Egypt  on  igth  April  1917.  PI.  II. 

AITKEN,  IAN  MALCOLM  (b.  1899). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
April  to  Dec.  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  82nd  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1918.  France 
Sept.  1918.  Wounded  near  Le  Cateau,  Battle  of  Cambrai,  on  loth  and  died  on 
1 2th  October  1918.  PI.  II. 

AITON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1890). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1905-9.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-14;  M.A.  1912. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1909  to  Jan.  1914,  Cadet.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse, 
Private  Aug.  1914;  Corporal  1916.  3rd  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917. 
France  and  Macedonia.  Killed  in  action  on  2ist  March  1918.  PI.  II. 

I  A 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

ALEXANDER,  JOHN  ALEXANDER  ELLIOT  (b.  1894). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1908-12,  Cadet  Corporal.  Shooting  VIII. 
Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet. 
1 2th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915.  France. 
Treacherously  shot  while  trying  to  save  a  German  on  I5th  August  1915  near 
Bethune.  PI.  II. 

ALEXANDER,  THOMAS  MALCOLMSON  (b.  1899). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-16.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  April  to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  4ist  Squadron,  2nd 
Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  France  July  1918.  Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  on  I7th 
August  1918.  PI.  II. 

ALEXANDER,  THOMAS  MITCHELL  (b.  1885). 

Selkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1903-4;  Procurator,  1908.  i/4th  King's 
Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Killed  at  the  Dardanelles  on  I2th 
July  1915. 

ALLAN,  ARTHUR  GORDON  (b.  1898). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet  Drummer.  First  XI. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  May  1917,  Cadet. 
R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  June  1917.  io6th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  France 
Feb.  1918.  Wounded  on  4th  Nov.  near  Valenciennes  and  died  on  8th  December 
1918.  PI.  III. 

ALLAN,  JAMES  GRANT  (b.  1895). 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1908-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts, 
1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  Gordon  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  Regimental  Lewis  Gun  Officer.  France. 
Killed  in  action  at  Hill  70,  Loos,  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  in. 

ALLEN,  STEPHEN  DEXTER  (b.  1899). 

Bedford  Modern  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1916, 
to  Aug.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  4th  Bedfordshire  Regiment,  2nd 
Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  Attached  7th  Royal  Fusiliers,  Aug.  1918.  France.  "Killed 
while  gallantly  leading  his  men  "  at  Ligny  Thilloy  on  27th  August  1918.  PI.  in. 

ALLISON,  JAMES  (b.  1881). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1900-1  ;  Law  Agent.  8th  and  9th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  March  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917.  Killed  in  action  in 
France  on  2oth  September  1917.  PI.  m. 

ALLISON,  T. 

Former  Student.  Solicitor.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Captain.  Killed  in  action 
in  France  on  i8th  May  1915. 


PLATE   II. 


R.  T.  ADAMSON. 


w.  ABBRNETHY. 


G.  A.  ADAMSON. 


H.    C.    AlNGER. 


A.    AlNSLIE. 


IAN  M.  AITKEN. 


J.  A.  E.  ALEXANDER.  T.  MALCOLMSON  ALEXANDER. 


W.  AITON. 


PLATE   III. 


A.  G.  An  \N. 


STEPHEN  D.  ALI.KN. 


A.    I). 


JA.MKS  ALLISON. 


J.  DOUGLAS  AI.STOX. 


ill 


VNDERSON. 


DAVID  ANDBRSON. 


('.  ('..  ANDEKPON. 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

ALSTON,  J.  DOUGLAS  (b.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9.  2nd  and  3rd  Scottish  Rifles 
(S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Battle  of 
Neuve  Chapelle  on  loth  March  1915.  PI.  m. 

ANDERSON,  ALEXANDER  DAVID  (b.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts;  M.A.  1904.  Chartered  Accountant 
(London).  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  1905-9.  1st  Grenadier  Guards,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec. 
1917.  France.  Killed  in  action  near  Maubeuge  on  6th  November  1918.  PI.  in. 

ANDERSON,  COLVIN  GIBSON  (b.  1889). 

Boroughmuir  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17.  I5th  and  i8th 
Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  March  1917.  France  March  1918.  Wounded 
2nd  June  1918.  Killed  in  action  on  28th  September  1918.  PI.  in. 

ANDERSON,  DAVID  (b.  1893). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  i/5th  Royal 
Scots  (Machine-Gun  Section),  Private  Sept.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  Gallipoli 
on  2nd  May  1915.  PI.  III. 

ANDERSON,  JAMES  (b.  1893). 

Forfar  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15  ;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov. 
1911  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  loth  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Lieut.  June 
1916.  Died  on  service  on  2Oth  August  1916.  PL  III. 

ANDERSON,  JOHN  GEORGE.     (See  p.  115.) 

ANDERSON,  JOSEPH  EDMUND  ALEXANDER  (b.  1892). 

Student  of  Law,  1912-14;  Law  Agent,  1914.  24th  Royal  Fusiliers  (2nd  Sportsman's 
Battalion),  Private  Feb.  1915.  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Beaumont  Hamel  on 
I3th  November  1516.  PI.  IV. 

ANDERSON,  ROBERT  BALLANTINE  (b.  1890). 

St  Mary's,  Melrose;  Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Academicals,  1909-13. 
Student  of  Law,  1908-12.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1913.  1st  Lovat  Scouts,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  Gallipoli  July 
I9l$  ',  Egypt  and  Palestine.  Killed  at  Gaza  on  igth  April  1917.  PI.  IV. 

ANDERSON,  SAMUEL  STEPHEN  (b.  1882). 

George  Heriot's  School;  Captain  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1899-1905; 
M.A.  (Hons.  Mod.  Lang.)  1903.  Schoolmaster's  Diploma,  1904.  5th  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers,  Private  Aug.  1914;  Sergeant  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  Interpreter. 
Killed  in  action  in  Gallipoli  on  30th  December  1915.  PI.  IV. 

ANDERSON,  WALTER  KINLOCH  (b.  1885). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1913.  9th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  5th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Acting  Captain  1916;  Captain  1918. 
Attached  6th  Black  Watch,  5ist  Highland  Division,  July  1918.  France.  Killed 
in  Bois  de  Courtrai,  near  Rheims,  on  22nd  July  1918.  PI.  IV. 

3 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM  JAMES  (b.  1888). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9.  Chartered  Accountant,  1911. 
I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  May  1915.  France  June  1916. 
Wounded  Sept.  1916.  Killed  in  action  near  Bethune  on  23rd  October  1916.  PI.  IV. 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM  STEWART  (b.  1884). 

George  Heriot's  and  Boroughmuir  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-8  ;  M.A. 
1908.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  Sept.  1916.  France.  Wounded  on  2gth  Sept.  and  died 
of  wounds  on  9th  October  1917  near  Etaples.  PI.  iv. 

ANDREW,  WILLIAM  DICKIE  (b.  1894). 

Linlithgow  Academy.     Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  Lothians  and   Border  Horse, 

Private  1912.      i/ioth  and  I5th  Royal   Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  May   1917.     Killed   in 

action  on  22nd  March  1918.  PI.  iv. 

ANGUS,  STEWART  (6.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1908-12;  B.Sc.,  1912.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  March  1909  to  Jan.  1910.  Engineers  1910-12,  Cadet.  R.E.  City  of 
Edinburgh  (Fortress)  Engineers,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  Egypt  Dec.  1915,  and 
France.  Killed  in  action  near  Hebuterne  on  1st  July  1916.  PI.  iv. 

ARCHIBALD,  JAMES  (b.  1890). 

West  Calder  and  Boroughmuir  Schools.     Student  of  Arts,  1908-11;  M.A.   1911. 

i6th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Corporal  May    1916.     France.     Died  of  wounds 

received  near  Albert  on  26th  August  1918.  PI.  iv. 

ARMIT,  NAPIER  (*.  1880). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1901-3.  Advocate,  1904.  i6th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Jan.  1915.  France.  M.C.  July  1916.  Killed  in 
action  at  Bazentin-le-Petit  on  4th  August  1916.  PI.  v. 

ARMSTRONG,  HENRY  LESLIE  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1911-15;  M.A. 
1914;  LL.B.  1915.  4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ; 
Lieut.  1917.  Dardanelles  Nov.  1915;  Egypt  Spring  1916;  France  April  1918. 
Killed  in  action  at  Kemmel  on  25th  April  1918.  PI.  v. 

ARMSTRONG,  HENRY  LOUIS  WINTHROP  (b.  1880). 

Haileybury.  Student  of  Law,  1902-4.  7th  Somerset  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut. 
Killed  in  action  in  December  1915. 

AUBEL,  WILLY  VAN. 

Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  Belgian  Army,  Adjutant.  Killed  in  action  on  October 
1916.  PI.  v. 

AUSTIN,  JOHN  HENRY  EDWARD. 

Student  of  Medicine.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.(Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasgow)  1887; 
M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1892.  Army  Medical  Service,  Colonel.  Died  on  service  on  2ist 
April  1917. 


PLATE    IV. 


R.  B.  ANDERSON. 


S.  STEPHEN  ANDERSON'.  .  J.  E.  A.  ANDERSON. 


W.  K.  ANDERSON. 


WM.  J.  ANDERSON. 


\V.\i.  S.  ANDERSON. 


W.  D.  ANDREW. 


JAMES  ARCHIBALD. 


STEWART  ANGUS. 


PLATE    V. 


VV.    VAN    AUIiKL. 


J.  M.  BAIN. 


A.   I'.   BAKEK. 


&,'! 

H.  LESLIE  ARMSTRONG. 


NAIMKR  ARMIT. 


Kov  !•'.   HAI.M  MN. 


.1.  K.  BALFOUR-MHLVJI  LE. 


C.    .1.    liANKS. 


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BAILEY,  DERMOT  HARVEY  (6.  1884). 

George  Watson's  College.  Swimming.  Student  of  Medicine,  1901-2.  Tea 
Planter,  Ceylon.  i/8th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1915.  France  July  1915.  Killed 
in  action  on  23rd  May  1917.  PI.  V. 

BAIN,  JOHN  MEIKLE  (b.  1880). 

Buccleuch  and  Wilton  Schools,  Hawick.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1903-4; 
M.A.  1904;  B.Sc.  (London).  Schoolmaster.  I2th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  April 
1915.  Killed  in  action  on  I4th  July  1916.  PI.  v. 

BAKER,  ALBERT  PARKES  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College ;  First  XV.  Gold  Medalist,  Exhibition  Marathon,  1908. 
Student  of  Law.  Malay  States  Volunteer  Rifles,  Sergeant.  2nd  Highland  Light 
Infantry,  attached  loth  Durham  L.I.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  France  Jan.  1917. 
Killed  in  action  on  27th  August  1917.  PI.  V. 

BALFOUR,  ISAAC  BAYLEY.     (See' p.  115.) 

BALFOUR-MELVILLE,  JAMES  ELLIOT  (b.  1882). 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Malvern;  First  XI.  B.  A.  (Oxford).  Association  "Blue." 
Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1912.  3rd  attached  2nd  Black  Watch, 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Loos  on  25th  September 

1915.  PI.  V. 

BALMAIN,  ROY  FREDERICK  (b.  1895). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ; 
Captain  Aug.  1917.  Adjutant  5ist  Brigade  R.F.A.,  1915-18.  France  May  1915; 
Somme  1916;  Arras  April,  and  Ypres  Sept.  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917  and 
Jan.  1918.  M.C.  June  1918.  Died  of  wounds  on  ist  October  1918  near 
Passchendaele.  PI.  v. 

BANKS,  CHARLES  JAMES  (b.  1896). 

Lanark  Grammar  School;  George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1912-14.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  7th 
Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  April  1916.  France.  Killed  at  High  Wood 
on  1 2th  October  1916.  PI.  v. 

BANNERMAN,  ROBERT  GILROY  (b.  1894). 

George  Heriot's  School;  Dux;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1909-12,  Cadet  Corporal. 
Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  June  1915,  Cadet  Bom- 
bardier. R.F.A.,  I57th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915;  Lieut.  July  1916.  France 

1916.  Killed  in  action  on  25th  July  1916  near  Montauban  on  the  Somme.    PI.  VI. 

BARCLAY,  IVAN  CURROR  CHRISTIE  (b.  1895). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S. 
Mary  Rose,  Surgeon-Probationer.  Jutland  Battle.  Dispatches  Aug.  1918.  Killed 
in  action  on  i/th  October  1917.  PI.  vi. 

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BARRIE,  CHARLES  DAVID  OGILVY  (b.  1881). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1898-1903;  M.A.  (Rons.  Classics)  1903. 
I4th  London  Regiment  (London  Scottish),  Corporal.  France.  Killed  in  action 
at  the  Somme  on  ist  July  1916.  PL  vi. 

BARRIE,  WILLIAM  COWAN  OGILVY  (b.  1882). 

Dumfries  Academy;  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1900-4; 
M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1904.  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914. 
France.  Neuve  Chapelle  and  Festubert.  Twice  wounded.  Killed  in  action  on 
1 4th  October  1916.  PL  vi. 

BARRON,  JAMES  (b.  1877). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Arts,  1896-8.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders, 
Captain  Sept  1914;  Major  Jan.  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  Loos 
on  25th  and  died  on  27th  September  1915. 

BARTLEMAN,  THOMAS  EDWARD  (b.  1897). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  1909-14,  Cadet  Corporal  (Piper). 
Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  5th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Nov.  1915.  5th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917. 
France  June  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  6th  September  1917.  PL  VI. 

BAXENDINE,  JOHN  YOUNG  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1914 
to  April  1915,  Cadet,  ist  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  Suvla  Bay, 
Dardanelles,  Sept.  1915;  Egypt  and  France.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  ist 
July  1916.  PL  vi. 

BAXTER,  ALEXANDER  KIDD  (b.  1869). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1896-1902;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  Medical  Officer  of  the  War 
Office  Emigration  Agency,  Wei-hai-wei,  1917.  Died  there  from  typhus  on  i4th 
March  1918.  PL  vi. 

BAXTER,  ANGUS  CAMERON  (b.  1894). 

Rothesay  Academy ;  Hillhead  High  School,  Glasgow.  Student  of  Science, 
1912-14.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915. 
France.  Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  on  3ist  July  1917.  PL  vi. 

BEATTY,  GUY  (b,  1870). 

Newry  Intermediate  School  and  Wesley  College,  Dublin.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1889-94;  M.B.,  CM.  1894.  L.D.S.,  R.C.S.I.  1908;  D.P.H.,  D.T.M.  West  African 
Medical  Staff,  Medical  Officer.  South  Africa,  1900-2;  German  Cameroons,  1915. 
Died  at  Belfast  on  7th  February  1916.  PI.  VI. 

BEDELL-SIVRIGHT,  DAVID  REVELL  (b.  1880). 

Fettes  College;  First  XV.  B.A.  (Cambridge);  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  Rugby  Scottish  International,  22  "  Caps."  Royal  Navy, 
Fleet  Surgeon,  1914  Dardanelles  April  1915.  Died  of  acute  septicaemia  on 
5th  September  1915.  PL  vil. 

6 


I'l.ATK    VI. 


C.  D.  OGILVV  BARKIE.  W.  C.  OGII.VY  BARRIE. 


R.    G.    BANNERMAN. 


I.  C.  C.  BARCLAY. 


T.  E.  BARTLEMAN. 


J.  Y.  BAXENDINE. 


A.  KIDD  BAXTER. 


ANGUS  C.  BAXTER. 


GUY  BEATTY. 


PI. ATI-    VII. 


• 


D.    R.    BEDELL-SlVRIGHT. 


C.  M.  BEGG. 


J.  H.  BEILBY. 


A.  HERBERT  BELL. 


A.  M'C.  BELL. 


T.  H.  S.  BELL. 


.1.  A.  TERRAS  BELL. 


J.  MUKKAY  BELL. 


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BEGG,  CHARLES  MACKIE  (b.  1879). 

Otago  High  School,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine,  1898-1905;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903; 
M.D.  1905;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1906;  F.R.C.P.  1915.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain 
1907;  Colonel  and  A.D.M.S.  1914;  D.D.M.S.  Oct.  1916.  Gallipoli  1915.  France. 
C.M.G.  Nov.  1915  ;  C.B.  Jan.  1918.  Croix  de  Guerre,  second  Battle  of  the  Marne, 
1918.  Died  of  pneumonia  at  Twickenham  on  2nd  February  1919.  PI.  VII. 

BEGG,  WILLIAM  (b.  1889). 

Brechin  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1909.  Law  Agent.  5th  Royal  High- 
landers (Black  Watch)  Sergeant  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Summer  1915.  France. 
Nov.  1914.  Killed  in  action  at  Beaumont  Hamel  on  I3th  November  1916.  PI.  vn. 

BEILBY,  JULIUS  HENRY  (b.  1868). 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1885-9;  M.B.,  CM.  1889. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  attached  Worcester  Yeomanry,  Captain  Nov.  1914.  Dispatches 
June  1917.  Killed  in  action  at  Katia,  Egypt,  on  23rd  April  1916.  PI.  vn. 

BELL,  ALFRED  HERBERT  (b'.  1880). 

George  Watson's  College.     Student  of  Law,  1898.    Chartered  Accountant,  1904. 

Royal   Scots   (College   Coy.)  1898-1906,  Sergeant.     8th  Royal  Scots,  2nd   Lieut. 

1906;  Captain  1911.     nth  Royal  Scots,  Captain  Nov.  1914.     France  May  1915. 

Wounded  in  July  1915.  Missing,  reported  killed  at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915. 

PI.  vii. 
BELL,  ARCHIBALD  McCUTCHEON  (b.  1899). 

Royal  High  School.     Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  Nov.  1917, 

Cadet.     Royal  Air  Force,  Nov.  1917;   Pilot  Nov.  1918.     Died  of  influenza  and 

pneumonia  on  2gth  March  1919.  PI-  VII. 

BELL,  JAMES  ALEXANDER  TERRAS  (b.  1871). 

Grammar  Schools  in  New  Zealand.  Student  of  Medicine,  1891-5  ;  M.B.,  C.M. 
1895;  M.D.  1902.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Aug.  1914.  Egypt.  Died  of 
apoplexy  at  Cairo  on  2gth  December  1914.  PI.  VII. 

BELL,  JOHN  MURRAY  (b.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College;  Glenalmond.  Cadet  Corps  1896-8.  Student  of  Law, 
1902-3.  Chartered  Accountant,  1905.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  1909  to  Dec.  1914; 
Captain  1913.  Barry  Officers'  Camp,  Aug.  to  Sept.  1914.  9th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch);  Captain  Dec.  1914.  France  July  1915.  Killed  in  action  on 
25th  September  1915  near  Loos.  PL  VII. 

BELL,  THOMAS  HENRY  STANLEY  (b.  1890). 

High  School,  Dunfermline.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1912  to  Sept.  1914;  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut; 
Captain.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  ist  October  1915  near  Vermelles.  PI.  VII. 

BENTLEY,  CHARLES  ARTHUR  CAMPBELL  (b.  1878). 

Student  of  Medicine.  Edin.  City  Vol.  Art.  Univ.  Coy.  Scots  Greys,  Private  1896  ; 
Corporal.  South  African  Campaign,  1898-1901.  ist  Royal  Warwickshire  Regi- 
ment, Captain.  Killed  in  action  at  Armenticres  on  23rd  October  1914.  PI.  XCII. 

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BEST,  STEPHEN  WRIOTHESLEY  (b.  1889). 

Christ  College,  Brecon.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1913  to 
Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  4th  (Brecknockshire)  and  7th  South  Wales  Borderers, 
2nd  Lieut. 'Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  Aden  1914;  India  1915  ;  Mesopotamia 
1916.  Dispatches  Oct.  1917.  Wounded  March  1917.  Killed  at  Battle  of 
Bund-i-Adhaim,  Mesopotamia,  on  3Oth  April  1917.  PI.  vni. 

BEVERIDGE,  DAVID  ALEXANDER  (b.  1886). 

Loretto;  First  XV.  and  Hockey  XI.  B.A.  (Cambridge)  1908.  Student  of  Law, 
1908-9.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914.  R.F.A.,  54th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut 
Oct  1914  Gallipoli  1915.  Died  of  dysentery  at  Malta  on  isth  September 
1915.  '  PI-  vni. 

BEZUIDENHOUT,  PETER  H.  S. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-1$.     O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet. 

R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915.     France.     M.C.     Killed  in  action  in  1917. 

PI.  xciv. 
BINGHAM,  JOHN  WARNOCK  (b.  1880). 

Campbell    and    Queen's    Colleges,    Belfast      Student    of    Medicine,    1899-1907. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  I907.~  R.A.M.C.,  loth  Field  Ambulance,  Lieut.  Feb.   1915;  Captain. 

Died  on  service  1919. 

BINKS,  HERBERT  WALTER  (b.  1884). 

Exeter   College.  Student    of  Medicine,    1900-7;    M.B.,   Ch.B.    1907.     R.A.M.C., 

Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  May  1916,  Died  from  pneumonia  following  influenza 
in  October  1918.  PI.  vin. 

BINNING,  WILLIAM  BARCLAY  (b.  1896). 

Dunfermline  High  School ;  Dux.     Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 

Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.     Scottish  Rifles  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  Died  of  wounds 

on  24th  April  1916.  PI.  vin. 

BIRNIE,  ROBERT  (b.  1881). 

Mount   Pleasant,  Gretna,  and  Girvan   Schools.     Student    of  Arts   and  Science, 

1906-15;  M.A.   1911;  B.Sc.  1915.     R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  March    1916,  Pioneer. 

France.     Died  of  gas  poisoning  on  28th  June  1916.  PI.  vin. 

BIRRELL,  GEORGE  HENRY  GORDON  (b.  1893). 

Loretto.     Edinburgh    University    O.T.C.    Artillery,    Jan.    to    Dec.  1911,   Cadet. 

9th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  France  Feb. 

1915.     Killed  at  the  second  Battle  of  Ypres  on  loth  May  1915.  PI.  vin. 

BIRRELL,  WILLIAM  GEORGE  (/>.  1860). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine ;  M.B.,  C.M.  1880.  R.A.M.C.,  Surgeon 
1881  ;  Major-General  (Retired).  Sudan,  Burmah,  Egypt,  Nile  Campaigns.  Surgeon- 
General,  Dardanelles,  1915.  D.D.M.S.,  Salisbury.  Dispatches  (Burmah).  Died 
at  Lochboisdale  on  23rd  August  1918.  PI.  vin. 

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PLATE  VIII. 


H.  W.  BINKS. 


D.  A.  BEVERIDGE. 


STEPHEN  W.  BEST. 


W.  B.  BINNING. 


D.  C.  BLACK. 


ROBERT  BIRNIE. 


WM.  G.  BIRRELL. 


G.  H.  G.  BIRRELL. 


ANDREW  BLACK. 


PLATE   IX. 


JOHN  BLACK. 


E.  J.  BI.AIR. 


JOHN  BLAIR. 


G.  S.  BLANDY. 


P.  A.  BLAIR. 


WILLIAM  BLAIR. 


I'.  I)i'-K  BOOTH. 


G.  V.  BOGI-.E. 


F.  BOKDA. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

BLACK,  ANDREW  (b.  1896). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  Orkney  and  Zetland  Bursar. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
April  1916,  Private.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Arras  on  gth  April  1917.  PI.  vill. 

BLACK,  DAVID  CHRISTIE  (b.  1889). 

Alva  Academy  and  Dollar  Institution.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1908-10; 
M.A.  1910;  LL.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1908  to  Jan.  1912,  Cadet. 
Barrister  in  Calgary,  Alberta.  zoth  Battalion  Canadian  Infantry,  Private  Aug. 
1914;  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1916;  Acting  Major.  M.C.  Dispatches 
April  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  28th  April  1917.  PL  VIII. 

BLACK,  JOHN  (b.  1894). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug. 
1914.  6th  Battalion  Tank  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917;  Lieut.  1918.  Gallipoli, 
Egypt,  and  France.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917.  Wounded  twice  at  Cambrai  Nov. 
1917.  Wounded  again  and  died  on  2jrd  August  1918  at  Courcelles.  PI.  IX. 

BLACK,  MAURICE  CHARLES  OSBORNE  (b.  1894). 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1909-12.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept. 
1914,  Cadet.  7th  Border  Regiment,  attached  Trench  Mortar  Battery,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  the  Somme  on  24th  August  1916. 

BLAIR,  EDWARD  JAMES  (b.  1885). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
5th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Captain.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  ;  Captain  1915.  Wounded  1915 
and  1916.  M.C.  Nov.  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  April  1917.  PI.  ix. 

BLAIR,  JOHN  (b.   1889). 

Ardrossan  Academy.  Cadet  Corps.  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science, 
1907-12;  M.A.  1910;  B.Sc.  1912.  6th  Royal  Scots  (College  Coy.)  for  four  years, 
Private.  8th,  2/8th,  and  2Oth  Durham  Light  Infantry,  March  1915;  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915;  temp.  Captain  May  1916;  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  France.  Wounded 
twice  in  April  1918.  Wounded  on  the  2nd  and  died  of  wounds  on  the  I2th  of 
October  1918.  PI.  ix. 

BLAIR,  PATRICK  ALEXANDER  (b-  1880). 

Sedbergh.  Student  of  Law,  1900-1.  Chartered  Accountant,  1904.  9th  Royal 
Scots  previous  to  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1912.  France  1915.  Dispatches  1916.  M.C. 
1917.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  IX. 

BLAIR,  WILLIAM  (b.  1893). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1914.  2/9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1914. 
8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd 
April  1917.  PI.  ix. 

BLANDY,  GURTH  SWINNERTON  (b.  1878). 

Sheffield  Royal  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1895-1902;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1902;  M.D.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.;  Captain.  M.C.  Died  of  wounds  in  May 

PL  ix. 


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BOGLE,  GILBERT  VERE  (*.  1884). 

Napier  High  School.  B.A.  (New  Zealand).  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-12; 
Buchanan  Scholar.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Athletics.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1909  to 
April  1910,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  April  1910.  N.Z.  Medical 
Corps,  attached  ist  Battalion  N.Z.  Rifle  Brigade,  Jan.  1915  ;  Captain.  Killed  in 
action  on  i;th  September  1916. 

BOOTH,  PATRICK  DICK  (b.  1886). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1902-7;  B.Sc.  1907. 
Trevelyan  Scholar.  Edin.  City  Art.  Vol.  Univ.  Coy.  1906-8.  Canadian  R.A., 
32nd  Howitzer  Battery,  Lieut.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915; 
Captain.  Gallipoli,  2gth  Division,  1915-16.  France  1916-17;  Somme,  Arras, 
Ypres,  and  Cambrai.  M.C.  June  1915.  Dispatches  Nov.  1915  and  May  1918. 
D.S.O.  (posthumous)  Cambrai  1917.  Wounded  at  Dardanelles  and  Cambrai. 
Died  of  wounds  near  Les  Rues  Vertes  on  ist  December  1917.  PI.  IX. 

BORDA,  FORTUNATO  (b.  1898.) 

Student  of  Medicine,  1915-17.     O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1915  to  June  1917,  Cadet. 

Enlisted  Feb.   1917,  Private;    L/Corporal.     Killed  in  action  in   France  on  28th 

September  1918.  PL  ix. 

BOSWALL,  JAMES  DONALDSON  (b.  1870). 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Fettes  College  ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1890-4. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1894.  Q.R.V.B.  Mtd.  Infantry,  1893-8.  C.I.V.  Mtd. 
Infantry,  South  African  Campaign  1900-2.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914. 
loth  Seaforth  Highlanders,  attached  ist  Essex  Regiment;  Captain  Jan.  1915. 
Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  on  6th  June  1915.  PL  X. 

BOTHA,  THE  RIGHT  HON.  LOUIS  (b.  1863). 

LL.D.  1907.  Privy  Council.  Premier  of  the  Union  of  South  Africa.  Com- 
mander-in-Chief  of  the  Boer  Forces,  1899-1903.  General  in  British  Army. 
Commander  of  the  Union  Forces  in  German  South- West  Africa,  1914-15.  Died 
of  influenza  on  26th  August  1919.  PL  x. 

BOW,  JOHN  MACKENZIE  (b.  1863). 

Loretto.  Student  of  Law,  1880.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1887.  loth 
Canadian  Exp.  Force,  Private.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  I5th  August  1917. 

PL  x. 

BOWHILL,  JAMES  SHOLTO  ELLIOT  (*.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1908-13.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1913.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  May  1916.  France.  Died  of  wounds  on  ist  June 
1917.  PI.  x. 

BRASH,  JAMES  (b.  1893). 

West  Calder  and  Boroughmuir  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14;  M.A.  1914. 
1 6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1914.  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Captain.  France. 
Dispatches  1917.  D.S.O.  April  1917;  M.C.  (posthumous)  Dec.  1918.  Died  of 
wounds  at  Wimereux  on  9th  November  1918.  PL  x. 

10 


I'l.ATR   X. 


. 


J.  M.  Bow. 


J.  D.  BosWAi.i.. 


Louis  BOTHA. 


J.  S.  E.  BOWHILL, 


JAMES  BRASH. 


GEORGE  BREMNKR. 


J.  H.  BRINK. 


(I.  S.  BROCK. 


ALEX.  BROUK. 


I'l.ATK    XI. 


A.  C.  BROWN. 


I).  I).  BROWN. 


Li.  M.  BKOWN. 


G.  L.  BROWN. 


JOHN  BROWN. 
1 2th  Highland  Light  Infantry. 


JOHN   BROWN. 
^th  Royal  Scots. 


\VM.  S. 


WILLIAM  ]5i;n\\\. 


Wll  LIAM 


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BREMNER,  GEORGE  (b.  1893). 

Grove  Academy,  Broughty-Ferry.  Student  of  Science,  1910-13;  B.Sc.  1913. 
R.E.  Both  Field  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Captain  Sept.  1916; 
Major  Jan.  1917.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917  and  April  1918.  M.C.  July  1916; 
D.S.O.  March  1918.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  March  1918.  PI.  x. 

BRINK,  JOHANNES  HIERONYMUS  (b.  1893). 

Somerset  West  School ;  South  African  College,  Cape  Town.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915.  Royal  Flying  Corps,  Jan.  1916. 
France ;  St  Julien,  St  Jean,  Hill  60,  and  second  Ypres.  Dispatches.  Wounded 
Aug.  and  Nov.  1915.  Wounded  at  Cambrai  on  gth  and  died  on  nth  April 

1917.  PI.  x. 

BROCK,  GEORGE  SELBY  (b.  1886). 

Uppingham ;  First  XV.  St  Andrews  University ;  First  XV.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1904-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  1909  to  Jan.  1911, 
Cadet  Corporal.  Indian  Medical  Service,  attached  9th  Bhopal  Infantry ;  Captain. 
France  1914.  Dispatches  (Givenchy).  Died  at  Rawal  Pindi  on  I2th  October 

1918.  PI.  x. 

BROOK,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1865). 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  Student  of  Arts,  1883-7;  M.A.  1887.  Writer  to 
the  Signet,  1891.  8th  Royal  Scots,  June  1886.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  Major; 
Lieut-Colonel.  France  Nov.  1914.  Dispatches.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on 
2ist  May  1915.  PI.  x. 

BROWN,  ARCHIBALD  CAMPBELL  (b.  1884). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1902-5.  Writer  to 
the  Signet,  1908.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  95th  Battery, 
France,  Sept.  1916.  Killed  in  action  at  Berry-au-Bac  on  the  Aisne  on  27th  May 
1918.  PI.  XI. 

BROWN,  DAVID  DOUGLAS  (b.  1894). 

Broughton  and  George  Heriot's  Schools.  O.T.C.  1909-11,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1911-14;  M.A.  1915.  6th  Royal  Scots,  1912-14, 
Private.  I3th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action 
on  26th  September  1915.  PL  XI. 

BROWN,  DONALD  MORTON  (b.  1897). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  Jamieson  Bursar. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  2/7th  Lancashire  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  8th,  7th,  3rd  and  ist  Battns.  Cameron  Highlanders, 
Lieut.  July  1917.  France  1916.  Wounded  at  Arras  April  1917.  Killed  in 
action  near  Vaux-Andigny  on  I7th  October  1918.  PI.  XI. 

ii 


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BROWN,  G.  L.  (l>.  1886). 

Bedford  County  and  University  College  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-7. 
I4th  London  Regiment  (London  Scottish),  Private  Sept.  1914.  loth  and  ist  Loyal 
North  Lancashire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  April  1917.  France 
March  1917.  Killed  in  action  at  Passchendaele  on  isth  November  1917.  PI.  XI. 


BROWN,  JOHN  (b.  1884). 

Dalkeith    High    School.     Student   of    Arts,    1904-6.     4th    Royal  Scots,   Private 

Sept.  1914;   Corporal;   2nd  Lieut.  May  1917;  Lieut.  Nov.   1918.  Palestine  and 

Egypt     Invalided  home  Feb.  1919  and  died  on  27th  June  1919.  PI.  xi. 

BROWN,  JOHN  (b.  1889). 

North  Berwick  and  Dairsie  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-11  ;  M.A.  1911.  i6th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914;  L/Corporal  May  1916.  I2th  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917.  France.  Died  of  wounds  on 
26th  March  1918.  PI.  XI. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  (b.  1889). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  1912.  Shooting  XI.  1911. 
6th  Royal  Scots,  Sergeant  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915;  Lieut.  1917; 
Acting  Captain.  Egypt.  Killed  in  action  on  nth  August  1918.  PI.  XI. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  SANDILANDS  (b.  1891). 

High  School,  Glasgow  ;  Athletics.  M.A.  (Glasgow)  1912.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14. 
1  5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  3rd  North  Staffordshire  Regiment,  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  July  1917.  France  Feb.  1916. 
Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  on  I4th  October  1918.  PI.  xi. 

BROWNLIE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1881). 

High  School,  Invercargill,  N.Z.  M.A.,  B.Sc.  (New  Zealand).  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  I3th  Yorkshire  Regiment; 
Captain  Jan.  1917.  France.  M.C.  (posthumous)  for  gallantry  near  Cambrai, 
Nov.  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  25th  March  1918.  PI.  XI. 

BRUCE,  ALEXANDER  CHARLES  ARBUTHNOT  (b.  1899). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1911-12;  Mem.  Inst.  Mech.  Eng.,  1914. 
A.S.C.  i/ist  Lowland  Mounted  Brigade,  T.  and  S.  Column,  Jan.  1910;  Lieut. 
1914;  Captain  Jan.  1915.  Mediterranean  Sept.  1915;  Gallipoli,  Cape  Helles, 
Mudros  and  Egypt.  Dispatches  (Egypt)  June  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd 
April  1916  at  El  Derweidar,  Suez.  PI.  xn. 

BRUCE,  JOHN  RUSSELL  (b.  1884). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law;  M.A.  1907,  LL.B.  1910;  Advocate,  1911. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1907  to  Oct.  1914;  Captain  and  O.C.  1912.  I5th  Royal 
Scots,  Major  Dec.  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action  at  La  Boiselle  on  ist 

July  1916.  Pi.  xii. 

12 


PLATE  Xlt. 


J.  R.  BRUCE. 


GEORGE  BRUNTON. 


A.  C.  A.  BKUCE. 


J.  M.  BRUNTON. 


J.  E.  BRYDON. 


R.  B.  BUCHANAN. 


E.  H.  BURGH. 


J.  RATTKAY  BURNS. 


R.  M.  BUNGLE. 


PLATE    XIII. 


A.  B.  BURTON. 


R.  M.  BURNS. 


R. 


\VM.  A.  CAIRNS. 


G.  M.  CAIRNS. 


E.  T.  CAIRD. 


JOHN  HUNTER  CAMERON.  JAMES  M.  CAMERON.  JAMES  HU.NTER  CAMERON. 


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BRUCE,  VINCENT  CONNELL  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.  B.  A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1911-13  ;  LL.B.  1913  ; 
Advocate,  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1911  to  June  1914.  I5th  and  1 3th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914  ;  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut.  i/5th  Gordon  Highlanders.  France. 
Killed  at  Neuville  St  Vaast  on  26th  March  1916. 

BRUNTON,  GEORGE  (b.  1881). 

Daniel    Stewart's    College.      Edinburgh    University    O.T.C.  Infantry,    Aug.    to 

Sept.    1915,   Cadet.     4th   and    8th    Royal   Scots,  2nd    Lieut.  Sept.   1915;    Lieut. 

Jan.  1917.     France.     Died  of  wounds  on  nth  April  1918.  PI.  XII. 

BRUNTON,  JAMES  MACLEOD  (b.  1885). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915 
to  March  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March  1916.  6th  attached  4th  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  Egypt  Nov.  1916;  Palestine.  Killed  in  action 
on  ist  August  1917  near  Gaza.  PI.  xil. 

BRYDON,  JOHN  EARNSCLEUGH  (b.  1886). 

Darlington;  Richmond  School,  Yorks.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-8;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1908.  R.A.M.C.  (Vol.)  Univ.  Coy.,  1904-8;  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  Jan.  1914. 
Attached  Northumbrian  Division,  Ammunition  Column.  Gassed  and  died  in 
France  on  27th  June  1917.  PI.  xn. 

BUCHANAN,  RICHARD  BRENDAN  (b.  1894). 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry;  Bedford  Grammar  School.  O.T.C.  1909-11. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1911  to  Sept.  1914.  5th 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  Gallipoli  on 
2oth  June  1915.  PI.  xil. 

BUNGLE,  RONALD  MACDONALD  (b.  1896). 

Epsom     College.      O.T.C.     1909-12.      Student    of     Medicine,  1913-15.       O.T.C. 

Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.     R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.   1915.     Died 

of  injuries  at  Edinburgh  on  i6th  October  1916.  PI.  xil. 

BURGH,  EDWARD  HENRY  (b.  1896). 

Kendal  Grammar  School ;  St  Bees  School,  Cumberland.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  4th  East  Lancashire 
Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Lieut.  223rd  Brigade,  attached  Royal  Naval 
Division,  France  and  Flanders.  M.C.  Oct.  1917.  Died  of  wounds  near  Ruyual- 
court  in  France  on  4th  January  1918.  PI.  xil. 

BURNS,  JAMES  RATTRAY  (b.  1888). 

Student  of  Law,  1907-8.  Solicitor.  R.F.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut  April 
1915.  M.C.  April  1917.  Accidentally  killed  in  June  1918.  PI.  XII. 

BURNS,  RICHARD  MORRIS  (b.  1881). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1901-4.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1905. 
3rd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Private  Aug.  1914;  Corporal.  France  Nov.  1914. 
Killed  in  action  at  Neuve  Chapelle  in  March  1915.  PL  XIII. 

13 


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BURNS-BEGG,  ROBERT  (A  1872). 

Stranraer  School,  Bournemouth.  M.A.  1892.  Advocate,  1895.  King's  Counsel, 
Transvaal.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  Transvaal  Police,  Colonel 
1908.  W.O.,  General  Staff,  Colonel  1915.  Town  Commandant,  Folkestone.  Dis- 
patches Feb.  1917.  Died  at  Edinburgh  on  9th  January  1918.  PI.  XIII. 

BURTON,  ALEXANDER  BROWN  (b.  1888). 

Newton  School,  Dalkeith.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science;  M.A.  1910;  B.Sc.  1912. 
I4th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  attached  I3th  East  Surrey  Regiment,  Private 
Nov.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain.  France  June  1916. 
M.C.  Missing,  presumed  killed,  on  gth  April  1918.  PI.  XIII. 

CAIRO,  ERNEST  THOMSON  (b.  1898). 

George  Watson's  College  O.T.C.,  1912-16;  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
June  1916  to  Jan.  1917,  Cadet.  nth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917. 
France  June  1917.  Killed  in  action  near  Combles  on  24th  March  1918.  PI.  xin. 

CAIRNS,  GEORGE  MORTON  (b.  1881). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1905.  Student  of  Law,  1905-8.  Writer 
to  the  Signet,  1908.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Private  June  1915;  Corporal.  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  France  Sept.  1916.  Killed 
at  Beaumont  Hamel  on  I3th  November  1916.  PI.  xin. 

CAIRNS,  WILLIAM  ANDERSON  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  191 1-15.  i$th  attached  I7th  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  France  June  1916.  Killed  in 
action  at  Cambrai  on  3Oth  September  1918.  PI.  XIII. 

CALVERT,  WILLIAM  HALL  (b.  1862). 

Royal    High   School.      Student   of   Medicine,  1878-82 ;   M.D.    1889.     R.A.M.C., 

attached    2/6th   Seaforth    Highlanders,   Lieut.  April    1915;    Captain.       Died   at 

London  on   i6th  June   1917.  PI-  XCII. 

CAMERON,  JAMES  HUNTER  (b.  1895). 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff;  Dollar  Institution.  O.T.C.  Sept.  1909  to  April  1914, 
Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Sept. 
1914,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut. 
Dec.  1,914.  Gallipoli  and  France.  Killed  at  Loos  on  2$th  September  1915. 

PI.  XIII. 

CAMERON,  JAMES  M.  (b.  1890). 

Glen  Urquhart  and  Strichen  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-11.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Dec.  1908  to  Nov.  1913,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Gallipoli  1915,  2gth 
Division.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  7th  May  1915.  PI.  xill. 

14 


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CAMERON,  JOHN  HUNTER  (b.  1888). 

Cheltenham  College.  Student  of  Science,  1905-10;  B.Sc.  1910.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
May  1909  to  1910,  Cadet.  Civil  Engineer,  India.  I.  A.  Reserve  of  Officers, 
attached  5th  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  East  Africa.  Dis- 
patches Aug.  1918.  Died  at  Fatehgarh,  India,  from  pneumonia  following  malaria, 
on  I4th  March  1918.  PL  xui. 

CAMERON,  ROBERT  ALLAN  (b.  1889). 

Royal  High  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-10;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1910; 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1914.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Sergeant  Sept.  1914.  France. 
Missing  since  September  1915.  PL  XIV. 

CAMERON,  WILLIAM  MACKENZIE  (b.  1891). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College  ;  Merchiston  Castle  ;  Shooting  VIII. ;  First  XV.  O.T.C, 
1905-11,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Dec.  1911  to  Aug.  1913,  Cadet  Sergeant.  1st  Cameron  Highlanders  (S.R.),  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1913;  Lieut.  June  1915.  France  Aug.  1914.  Wounded  at  Loos  on 
25th  Sept.  and  died  at  London  on  2/th  October  1915.  PL  XIV. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1891). 

Anderson  Institute,  Lerwick ;  School  Champion.  Gordon  Highlanders  (Vol.), 
Private  1907-8.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1912.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1909  to  April  1912,  Cadet.  Volunteered,  medically  unfit,  Aug. 
1914.  Royal  Scots,  Private  July  1917.  R.G.A.  Gunner.  Died  of  influenza  at 
Plymouth  on  9th  November  1918.  PL  XIV. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  CHARLES  PENN  (b.  1894). 

City  of  London  School ;  First  XI ;  First  "  Fives."  O.T.C.  1909-13,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  9th 
East  Surrey  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  France.  Killed  at  Hulluch 
on  28th  September  1915.  PL  xiv. 

CAMPBELL,  DANIEL  G.  (b.  1888). 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Law,  1909-10.  Scottish  High  Jump 
Champion,  1910-13.  Rugby  and  Hockey  International.  Barrister  in  Canada. 
i6th  Canadian  Regiment,  Captain  Aug.  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  the  Battle 
of  the  Somme.  Killed  in  action  on  gth  April  1917.  PL  XIV. 

CAMPBELL,  DONALD  (b.  1887). 

Pitlochry ;  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1906-13; 
M.A.  1910;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  Macdougall  Bursar  in  Arts  ;  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar 
in  Medicine.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  Feb.  1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C., 
attached  2nd  East  Yorkshire  Regiment,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in 
France  on  I7th  February  1915.  PL  xiv. 


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CAMPBELL,  EWEN  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  Scottish  Horse  Field 
Amb.,  Private;  Corporal  Sept.  1914.  3rd  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders 
(S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  Died  at  Cape  Town  on  2ist  February  1917.  PI.  XIV. 

CAMPBELL,  ROBERT  BURNS  (b.  1893). 

Christ's  Hospital.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1912  to 
Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  5th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Lieut.  Killed  in  action  on  3rd  May  1917.  PI.  xiv. 

CAMPBELL,  ROBERT  GILLIES  (b.  1868). 

Blairlodge.  Student  of  Law,  1887-92.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1893.  loth  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  Captain  Aug.  1914;  Major.  Died  at  Cromarty  on  ist  February 
1915. 

CAMPBELL,  WILLIAM  BARTON  (*.  1890). 

Lockerbie  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1909-15  ;  M.A.  1913.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  Feb.  1914,  Cadet.  Probationer,  Church  of  Scotland. 
2/5th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  Killed  in  action 
on  igth  April  1917.  PI.  xiv. 

CARMICHAEL,  ANDREW  (b.  1897). 

Lasswade  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  3/9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  April 
1917;  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  May 
1918.  Killed  in  action  on  I2th  October  1918.  PI.  XV. 

CARMICHAEL,  ANDREW  GEMMELL  (b.  1894). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  1911  to  July  1914  and  Nov. 
1915,  Cadet.  6th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  on  nth 
April  1917.  PI.  xv. 

CARNAGHAN,  JAMES  (b.  1889). 

North    Berwick    High   School.     Student  of  Law,    1912-13.     I5th   Royal   Scots, 

Private  Oct.  1914.     I2th  Scottish   Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915.     Wounded  and 

missing  on  23rd  October  1916.  PI.  XV. 

CATHCART,  FRANCIS  JOHN  (b.  1894). 

Loretto.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  1913  to  Oct. 
1914,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Gallipoli ;  Egypt. 
Killed  in  action  in  Mesopotamia  on  3rd  June  1916.  PI.  XV. 

CATTANACH,  JOHN  (b.  1885). 

Newtonmore  and  Kingussie  Schools;  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of 
Arts  and  Medicine,  1903-12;  M.A.  1907;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Australasian 
Cup.  International  Hockey;  Long  Jump.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  Warwickshire 
Regiment,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914.  Dardanelles.  Died  of  wounds  in  July  1915. 

PI.  XV. 
16 


PLATE    XIV. 


\VM.  M.  CAMERON. 


R.  A.  CAMKKON. 


ALEX.  CAMPBELL. 


DONALD  CAMPBELL. 


A.  C.  P.  CAMPBELL. 


D.  G.  CAMPUELL. 


W.    B.    CAMl'UELI.. 


K.   I'l'Kss  CAMPKELL. 


E.  J.  CAMPBELL. 


PLATE   XV. 


ANDREW  CARMICHAEI.. 


JAMES  CARNAGHAN. 


A.  G.  CARMICHAEL. 


S.  M'A.  F.  CESARI. 


F.  J.  CATHCART. 


JOHN  CATTANACH. 


HARRY  CHEYNE. 


Euic  CHAI.KER. 


J.  J.  P.  CHARLES. 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

CENTER,  WILLIAM  RUDOLPH  (b.  1870). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School ;  Charterhouse ;  Aberdeen  University.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1889-93  ;  M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.),  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1896. 
Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Russell,  Staff  Surgeon,  1896;  Fleet  Surgeon,  1912.  Injured 
in  sinking  of  H.M.S.  Russell  and  died  at  Malta  on  28th  April  1916.  PI.  XCII. 

CESARI,  SYDNEY  McALPINE  FRASER  (b.  1889). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1908  to  April  1913,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  April 
1913;  Captain  July  1915.  France  Aug.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on 
4th  October  1915.  PI.  xv. 

CHALKER,  ERIC  (b.  1893). 

Elstow  School,  Bedford;  Oundle.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Nov.  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  67th  Battery,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  St  Eloi,  Ypres,  Hooge,  Loos,  and  the  Somme.  Dispatches 
April  1915.  Wounded  at  Ypres  May  1915.  Killed  near  Caterpillar  Wood,  the 
Somme,  on  2oth  July  1916.  PI.  xv. 

CHARLES,  JOHN  JAMES  PERCIVAL  (b.  1884). 

Cork  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-9;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  I9H;  Captain  1915.  France  Sept.  1914.  First  Battle  of 
Ypres.  Dispatches  1914.  M.C.  Died  of  wounds  received  at  the  third  Battle 
of  Ypres  on  6th  October  1917.  PI.  xv. 

CHEYNE,  HARRY  (b.  1882). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1905.  Student  of  Law,  1905-8. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1908.  R.F.A.,  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  1909; 
Lieut.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1916;  Major  April  1917;  Lieut.  - 
Colonel  1917.  France  Oct.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  loth  July  1917.  PI.  xv. 

CHILTON,  FRANK  (b.  1892). 

West  Christ  Church,  and  Waitaki  High  Schools,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  3rd  and  I3th  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  Attached 
2nd  Hampshires,  2gth  Division.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  on  4th  June  1915. 

PI.   XVI. 

CHRISTIE,  ALLAN  LESLIE  (b.  1887). 

Wanganui  College,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-12;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  France.  Died  of  influenza  in  1919.  PI.  XVI. 

CHRISTIE,  ROBERT  MAIN  (b.  1865). 

Dunblane  School,  and  High  School,  Stirling.  Student  of  Arts,  1882-4.  Associa- 
tion "Blue"  and  International,  1884  and  1885;  International  Curler.  Solicitor. 
Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Lieut.  South  African  War,  1899-1902.  I3th 
Highland  Light  Infantry,  attached  8th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Captain  1914;  Major 
1915.  Killed  in  France  on  i5th  May  1918. 

17  B 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

CLARK,  CHARLES  INGLIS  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1905-10;  B.Sc.  1910.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct  1908  to  May  1910  and  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  A.S.C.  (M.T.), 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1915.  France  Sept.  1914 
to  May  1916.  Admiralty,  1916-17.  Mesopotamia  from  Sept.  1917.  Dispatches 
1915.  Wounded  at  Givenchy  Dec.  1914;  died  of  wounds  at  Baghdad  on  6th 
March  1918.  PI.  XVI. 

CLARK,  GEORGE  MACKAY  (b.  1895)- 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1909-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  4th  Royal 
Scots,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  June  1915.  Gallipoli  July  1915  ;  invalided  home 
Oct.  1915.  Mediterranean  Feb.  1916.  Killed  in  action  at  Burkah  in  Palestine 
on  I2th  November  1917.  PI.  xvi. 

CLARK,  JAMES  (b.  1859). 

Paisley  Grammar  School,  and  Lycee,  Pau.  M.A.  (Glasgow).  Student  of  Law, 
1 88 1  ;  LL.B.  1884.  King's  Counsel.  Deputy  Lieutenant,  City  of  Edinburgh. 
9th  Royal  Scots,  Colonel  1904-12.  gth  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1914.  C.B.  (Civil).  France.  Dispatches  1915.  Killed  in  action 
at  Hooge  near  Ypres  on  loth  May  1915.  PI.  xvi. 

CLARK,  JAMES  SMITH  (b.  1880). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1897-1902;  M.A.  1900; 
LL.B.  1902 ;  Advocate,  1902.  6th  Gordon  Highlanders,  attached  5th  Cameron 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  3rd  May  1917.  PI.  XVI. 

CLARK,  SAMUEL  CLARKSON  (b.  1898). 

Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet.  Gordon 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918.  Wounded  on  23rd  Aug. 
1918  and  died  at  London  on  I7th  September  1918.  PI.  xvi. 

CLARKE,  IAN  ALEXANDER  MURRAY-MITCHELL  (6.  1893). 

Dunfermline  High  School ;  Football.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1915.  Association  "  Half  Blue."  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1911  to  July  1915,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Rouen,  Sept.  1914  to  March  1915.  R.A.M.C. 
attached  ist  Dorset  Regiment,  Captain  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on 
i6th  November  1916.  PL  xvi. 

CLARKE,  JAMES  HENRY  FISHER  (/;.  1894). 

King  Edward  VII.  School,  Sheffield.  O.T.C.  1908-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Edinburgh 
University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914.  7th  Battn.  Alexandra  Princess  of 
Wales' Yorkshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  France  July  1915.  Wounded 
Aug.  1915.  Killed  at  Fricourt,  the  Somme,  on  ist  July  1916. 

18 


PLATE  XVI. 


C.    iNiil.IS    C'l.AKK. 


FKANK  CHII.TON. 


A.  I.ESI.II;  CHRISTIE. 


G.  M.  CI.AKK. 


JAMES  Ci  AUK. 


I.  A.  M.-M.  CI.AKK i,. 


PI.ATK    XVII. 


II.  A.  CLEMKNT. 


II.     S.     Cl.lifillOKN. 


T.  II.  CLOW. 


j.  A.  H.  COATS.  G.  K.   11. 


R.  P.  COLE. 


!).    (  ).    CoNSTAIII.K. 


C.   K   G.   C01  US. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

CLEGHORN,  ALLAN  JAMES  (b.  1895). 

Dundee  High  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Nov.  1913  to  March  1915,  Cadet  Corporal,  nth  attached  1st  Gordon  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  France  Sept.  1915.  Died  of  wounds  at  $8th  Casualty 
Clearing  Station  on  7th  September  1916.  PI.  XVI. 

CLEGHORN,  HERBERT  STUART  (b.  1891). 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1909-12  ;  B.Sc.  1912.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
1910-12,  Cadet.  R.E.,  attached  R.F.C.,  Oct.  1914;  Captain  1915.  France.  Died 
of  wounds  on  2nd  September  1917.  PI.  XVII. 

CLEMENT,  HUBERT  ARNOLD  (b.  1893). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  O.T.C.  1908-9;  Wellington;  Bedford  Grammar  School. 
Student  of  Science,  1910-12.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1910-11.  igth  Royal  Fusiliers, 
Private  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant.  3rd  attached  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  France  April  1916.  Wounded  twice  on  the 
Somme  July  1916.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  3rd  May 
1917.  PI.  xvii. 

CLOW,  THOMAS  HOWIE  (b.  1887). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  1912.  i /6th  attached  4th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  Killed  in  action  at  Dardanelles  on  28th 
June  1915.  PI.  xvii. 

COATS,  JOHN  ALEXANDER  HAMILTON  (b.  1896). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  Athletics,  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.  Royal  Scots, 
Coy.  Sgt.-Major.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  Royal  Navy,  March  1915,  Chief 
Petty  Officer.  3/ioth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  2/5th  Lancashire 
Fusiliers,  attached  4th  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regiment,  i64th  Trench  Mortar 
Battery.  Missing,  believed  killed  near  Ginchy  in  France  on  8th  August  1916. 

PI.  xvii. 

COCHRANE,  GEORGE  KING  HICKS  (b.  1895). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  ist  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  i/ist  Gurkha 
Rifles,  Jan.  1917.  Severely  wounded  in  Mesopotamia  March  1916.  Killed  in 
action  in  Mesopotamia  on  25th  March  1917.  PI.  XVII. 

COLE,  REGINALD  PRICE  (b.  1895). 

Greenock  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Oct.  1914.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut  Oct.  1915.  Killed  in  action 
on  20th  May  1917.  PI.  XVII. 

COLES,  CECIL  FREDERICK  G.  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Music,  1905-6;  Biicher  Scholar.  9th 
London  Regiment,  Queen  Victoria's  Rifles,  Private  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant  and 
Bandmaster.  France.  Killed  in  action  near  Hangar  Wood  on  25th  April  1918. 

PI.  XVII. 

19 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

CONSIDINE,  PATRICK  FRANCIS  (b.  1893). 

Merchiston  Castle  School;  First  XV.  and  Shooting  VIII.  Cadet  Corps  1906-12, 
Coy.  Sgt-Major.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  4th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1912; 
Lieut.  1913.  Dardanelles.  Wounded  at  the  Gully  Ravine  on  28th  June  and  died 
at  Malta  on  i  ith  July  1915.  PI.  xvn. 

CONSTABLE,  DOUGLAS  OLIPHANT  (b.  1890). 

Traquair  School;  St  Mary's,  Melrose.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-10;  M.A.  1910. 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  Private  Feb.  1915.  Grenadier  Guards,  2nd  Lieut.  France. 
Killed  in  action  on  25th  September  1916.  PI.  xvn. 

COOK,  CECIL  HADDON  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College;  Captain  First  XI.  1914.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15. 

23rd    Manchester     Regiment,    2nd     Lieut.    Jan.  1916.       Killed    in    action    on 

22nd  October  1917.  PI.  XVIII. 

COOPER-MARSDIN,  A.  C.  (b.  1867). 

Totteridge  Park,  Herts.  Student  of  Divinity,  1890-1;  B.A.  (Cambridge);  D.D. 
(Dublin).  Canon  of  Rochester.  Army  Chaplain  at  Portsmouth,  Shoreham,  and 
Harwich,  1915-17.  Invalided  out  1917  and  died  on  i6th  August  1918.  PI.  XVIII. 

COTTERILL,  DENIS  (b.  1881). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  Cambridge  University  (two 
years);  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  Edinburgh  University,  1902-6;  M.B.,Ch.B. 
1906 ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Surgeon,  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Rouen,  Nov.  1914  to  Jan. 
1918.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  July  1918.  5oth  Casualty  Clearing  Station, 
Bohain,  France,  where  he  died  of  influenza  on  2nd  December  1918.  PL  xvill. 

COULTHURST,  ROBERT  ALLAN  (b.  1896). 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1914  to  Dec. 
191 5,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  4th  Lowland  Brigade,  Gunner  Dec.  1915.  Discharged  medi- 
cally unfit  ist  Aug.  1916  and  died  at  Leith  on  26th  September  1918.  PL  XVIII. 

COUTTS,  JOHN  KERR  (b.  1890). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1910-12;  Law  Agent,  1913. 
I5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914;  L/Corporal  March  1916.  France 
Jan.  1916.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on  ist  July  1916.  PL  XVIII. 

COUTTS,  ROBERT  DISHER  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.     Student  of  Law,  1908-10.     4th  Gordon  Highlanders, 

2nd    Lieut.    April    1914;    Lieut.    Oct.    1914.  Missing,   believed  killed,   at    Loos 

on  25th  September  1915.  PL  XVIII. 

COWAN,  GEORGE  DEAS  (*.  1884). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1904.  Infantry  1900-2.  Student  of  Law, 
1906-10.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1911.  9th  Royal  Scots,  1903;  2nd  Lieut.  1905; 
Captain  1908.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Major  June  1916.  France  Feb.  1915. 
Wounded  1916.  Dispatches  May  1917.  Died  of  wounds  on  22nd  April  1918. 

PL  xvin. 

20 


PLATE    XVIII. 


A.  C.  COOPER-MARSDIN. 


C.   II.   COOK. 


DENIS  COTTKRII.I.. 


\\1 


R.  D. 


J.  K.  COUTTS. 


K.  A.  COUI.THUKST. 


G.  n.  COWAN. 


ARCHIBALD 


JOHN  CRARBE. 


PLATE   XIX. 


IdllN    ('ROCK  i-.T. 


J.  H.  CKESSWELL. 


T.  F.  CRAIG. 


D.  C.  CKOI.K. 


I).  !\.  CROMH. 


W.  J.  CXOSIIIE. 


A.  J.  CUNNINGHAM. 


.1.  (.".  li.  CKO/IEK. 


W.  G.  I..  CUI.I.EN. 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

COWE,  ARCHIBALD  (b.  1889). 

Penicuik  School;  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-13; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  1916.  Served 
overseas  for  18  months.  Invalided  home.  Returned  Sept.  1917.  Killed  in  action 
on  2nd  December  1917.  PI.  XVIII. 

COX,  PERCY.     (Seep.  115.) 

CRABBE,  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

Lasswade  School.      Student  of  Arts,  1910-13;    M.A.    1913.  4th,   6th,  and   I3th 

Royal  Scots,  Private  1910;   Sergeant;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  France.     Killed  in 

action  on  6th  May  1916.  PI.  xvin. 

CRAIG,  THOMAS  FORREST  (b.  1884). 

Kelso  High  School.     Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.     R.A.M.C., 

Captain  July  1915.     Died  of  wounds  on  Hospital  Ship  on  2nd  February  1918. 

PI.  XIX. 
CRESSWELL,  JAMES  HENRY  (b.  1890). 

George  Heriot's  School.     Student  of  Arts,   1910-15;   M.A.    1914.     Schoolmaster. 

3/9th  Royal  Scots,  Private.    France.    Killed  in  action  on  loth  April  1917.      PI.  XIX. 

CROCKET,  JOHN  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1902-7;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907; 
M.D.  1914.  Resident,  Royal  Infirmary,  Sick  Children  and  Chalmers  Hospitals. 
R.A.M.C.,  attached  Cameron  Highlanders,  Lieut.  1913.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of 
the  Aisne  on  25th  September  1914.  PI.  XIX. 

CROLE,  DAVID  CLEMENT  (b.  1885). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1900-5  ;  M.B.,  C.M.  1905.  Resident, 
Royal  Infirmary.  Golf.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  igth  Hussars,  Lieut.  May  1916; 
Captain.  France  Nov.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  March  1918.  PI.  XIX. 

CROMB,  DAVID  RANKIN  (b.  1896). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College ;  Bursar  and  Scholar ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts, 
1913-16;  M.A.  1916.  Dundas  Bursar;  Crichton  Bursar  in  Medicine.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Dec.  1914  to  March  1916,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  March  1916.  3rd  and 
1 3th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  France  Sept.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on 
23rd  April  1917.  PI.  XIX. 

CROSBIE,  WILLIAM  JAMES  (b.  1894). 

Wilton  and  Buccleuch  Schools,  Hawick.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15;  M.A.  1915. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  Army  Cyclist  Corps,  attached 
R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal  July  1915.  France.  Killed  at  Mazingarbe 
near  Loos  in  October  1915.  PI.  XIX. 

CROZIER,  JAMES  CYRIL  BAPTIST  (b.  1890). 

Loretto  ;  First  XV. ;  "  Fives"  and  Hockey.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-10.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Jan.  1911  to  July  1912,  Cadet.  2nd  Royal  Munster  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  27th  August  1914.  PI.  xix. 

21  u  2 


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CULLEN,  WILLIAM  GEOFFREY  LANGLEY  (b.  1894). 

Edinburgh    Academy.     O.T.C.    1909-11.     Student    of   Law,    1914.     2/pth    Royal 

Scots   2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914.     Died  of  pneumonia  at  Edinburgh  on  3Oth  March 

1915.'  PLxIX- 

GUMMING,  COLIN  EDWARD  (b.  1890). 

Royal  High  School;  Dux.    Student  of  Arts,  1908-1 1 ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics).    O.T.C. 

Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Sept.   1909,  Cadet.     R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.   1909. 

I03rd  Battery,  R.F.A.,  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Dec.   1914.     France  and  Flanders  Oct. 

1914.     Died  of  wounds  received  near  Ypres  on  24th  February  1915.  PI.  XCIII. 

CUNNINGHAM,  ARCHIBALD  JOHN  (b.  1886). 

Royal  High  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.) 
1908.  Probationer  of  U.F.  Church.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  July  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet. 
R  F  A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  on  24th  March  1918. 

PI.  xix. 

CUNNINGHAM,  JAMES  SANDEMAN  (b.  1884). 

Bradford  College,  Berkshire.  B.A.  (Cambridge),  ist  Trinity  Boat.  Student  of 
Law,  1909-10.  Chartered  Accountant,  1912.  73rd  Royal  Canadian  Highlanders, 
Sergeant  Aug.  1915  Killed  in  action  on  3ist  October  1916.  PI.  xx. 

CUNNINGHAM,  JOHN  CRAIGIE  (b.  1885). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1902-5;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1906; 
B.A.  (Oxford).  Canadian  Mounted  Rifles,  Corporal  Feb.  1915  ;  Princess  Patricia's 
Canadian  Light  Infantry,  Sergeant.  France  Oct.  1917.  Killed  at  Monchy  on 
26th  August  1918.  PI.  xx. 

CUNNINGHAM,  ROBERT  ALEXANDER  (b.  1888). 

George  Heriot's  School;  University  Bursar.  Student  of  Science,  1907-11  ;  B.Sc. 
1910.  Lecturer,  Chemistry  (Agriculture),  Manitoba  Agricultural  College.  46th 
Canadian  Infantry,  Lieut.  Wounded.  Died  on  27th  September  1918. 

CURR,  THOMAS  (b.  1890). 

East  Linton  and  Dunbar  Schools.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-14;  M.A. 
(Hons.  Maths.)  and  B.Sc.  1914.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914.  i8th 
Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  Wounded  1915.  Killed  in 
action  on  4th  October  1916.  PI.  xx. 

CUTHBERT,  DAVID  WILSON  HARPER  (b.  1892). 

Alloa  Academy;  First  XI.  Golf.  Student  of  Law,  1910-13.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
May  1910  to  April  1913,  Cadet.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
Sept.  1914;  Sergeant,  ist  attached  gth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
2nd  Lieut.  France.  Died  of  wounds  at  Arras  on  9th  April  1917.  PI.  xx. 

CUTHBERT,  JOHN  GEORGE  GUNN  (b.  1890). 

Hownam  School ;  Woodside  School,  Glasgow.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity, 
1910-15;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915, 
Cadet  Corporal,  gth  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  March  1915.  M.G.C.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Wounded  in  July  and  Oct.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on  I9th  October  1916.  PI.  xx. 

22 


PLATE   XX. 


_F.  S.  CUNNINGHAM. 


J.  C.  CUNNINGHAM. 


'1  HUM  AS  CURR. 


I).  \V.  H.  CI.THBERT. 


J.    G.    G.    CUTHBERT. 


E.    I.    CUTHBERTSON. 


A.  D.  DARUISHIRE. 


1).  A.  OAVIDSON. 


J.    I{.    I'JAVJIi'ON. 


M.ATF.   XX I. 


JAM  i*  DA  VIE. 


JOHN 


II.  M.  DEANS. 


J.    M.    DliWAK. 


DAWSON. 


W.  II.  DIXON. 


WILLIAM  DICKIE. 


N.  A.  DOIJGART. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

CUTHBERT,  ROBERT  LANCELOT  (b.  1869). 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Law,  1889-91.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1891.  2nd  King  Edward's  Horse,  Trooper,  attached  ist  Canadian  Division. 
Killed  in  action  in  France  on  6th  July  1915. 

CUTHBERTSON,  ERIC  IAN  (b.  1898). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-14.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Nov.  1915  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.G.A.  (6"  Howitzers),  2nd  Lieut.  1916. 
France  June  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  October  1917.  PI.  xx. 

DALLAS,  THOMAS  CURRIE  (b.   1886). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1911, 
Cadet.  38th  Canadian  Infantry,  Private  May  1916.  France.  Killed  at  Bourlon 
Wood  on  3<Dth  September  1918. 

DANZIG,  MORRIS  WILLIAM  (b.   1882). 

South  African  College,  Capetown.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.  1915. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Lost  at  sea  on  isth  April  1917. 

DARBISHIRE,  ARTHUR  DUKINFIELD  (b.  1879). 

Magdalen  College  School.  M.A.  (Oxford).  Demonstrator  and  Lecturer  in 
Zoology,  Oxford  and  Manchester  Universities  and  Royal  College  of  Science. 
Lecturer,  Genetics,  Edinburgh  University.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  High- 
landers, Private  July  1915.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  Died  at  Kilmarnock 
on  26th  December  1915.  PL  XX. 

DAVIDSON,  DAVID  ADAMS  (b.  1898). 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1912-16,  Cadet  Coy.  Sgt.-Major. 
University  Bursar.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1916  to  Jan. 
1917,  Cadet  Bombardier ;  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1917.  R.G.A.,  I79th  Siege  Battery, 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  France  on  the  I5th,  and  killed  at  Spoilbank,  Ypres,  on 
28th  July  1917.  PL  XX. 

DAVIDSON,  JAMES  EADIE  (b.  1893). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Oct.  1911  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Sapper  Sept.  1914.  R.G.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.;  Captain;  Major  May  1917.  France  May  1915; 
Flanders.  Croix  de  Guerre  and  Chevalier  de  1'Ordre  de  la  Couronne  (Belgian) 
Dec.  1917.  D.S.O.  Sept.  1918.  Dispatches  Dec.  1918.  Wounded  in  March  and 
Oct.  1918.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on  i6th  October  1918.  PL  XX. 

DAVIDSON,  JOHN  (b.  1885). 

Ayr  Academy;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1902-6  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1906.  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  Aug.  1915;  Corporal,  Border  Regiment; 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  i$th  October  1917.  PL  XXI. 

DAV1E,  JAMES  (b.  1886). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-9;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909. 
Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Aug.  1916.  France  Aug.  1917.  Died 
of  wounds  on  6th  October  1917.  PL  XXI. 

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DAVIE,  ROBERT  CHAPMAN  (b.  1886). 

Glasgow  High  School.  M.A.  1907;  B.Sc.  1909  and  D.Sc.  1915  (Glasgow). 
Lecturer  in  Botany,  Edinburgh  University.  R.A.M.C.  (4th  Water  Tank  Coy.), 
Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain,  Senior  Chemist,  May  1918.  Died  of  pneumonia  while 
on  leave  from  France  on  4th  February  1919.  PI.  xxi. 

DAWSON,  JAMES  (b.  1892). 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-13;  M.A.  1913.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
1908-12.  nth  Gordon  Highlanders,  Corporal  Nov.  1914;  Sergeant.  3rd  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915.  Mesopotamia.  Invalided 
home  and  died  on  2nd  April  1917.  PI.  xxi. 

DEA,  JAMES  TOD  KEDSLIE  (b.  1887). 

George  Heriot's  and  Boroughmuir  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-9;  M.A. 
1909.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private.  France.  Killed  in 
action  at  Ypres  on  25th  April  1915. 

DEANS,  HAROLD  MACKENZIE  (b.  1892). 

Bournemouth  School;  King's  School,  Canterbury.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Aug.  1913,  Cadet,  and  Aug.  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  2nd  Lieut. 
3rd  attached  7/8th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914  ; 
Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  March  1915.  France  from  1914  to  1917.  Instructor, 
British  Military  Mission  to  America,  Oct.  1917  to  July  1918.  France  1918.  Killed 
in  action  on  i7th  September  1918.  PI.  xxi. 

DEWAR,  JAMES  MELVILLE  (b.  1890). 

Lochgelly  School.  Swimming.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet,  nth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  France  1914-15;  Macedonia  1916-17.  France  1918  with 
5ist  Highland  Division.  Killed  in  action  on  i6th  October  1918.  PI.  xxi. 

DICKIE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1892). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-13;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1913. 
Scholar  of  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  1913-14.  Oxford  University  O.T.C.  gth  and 
ist  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Gallipoli  and 
France  Aug.  1915  to  July  1916.  Killed  at  Beaucourt-Sur-Ancre  on  ist  July 

PI.  xxi. 


DIXON,  WILLIAM  HUTTON  (b.  1891). 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Feb.  to  June  1916,  Cadet.  3rd  and  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Officer  Cadet 
June  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  France  Dec.  1916.  Wounded  and  died  there 
on  22nd  April  1918.  pi  Xxi 

DOBSON,  J.  ROBINSON  (b.  1880). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-13.  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  Died  of  wounds  on 
1  9th  February  1917. 

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DOGGART,  NORMAN  ALEXANDER  (b.  1891). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School;  Dux  1908;  Captain  of  School.  O.T.C.  1903-6.  Student 
of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1909  to 
March  1912,  and  in  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  3rd  and  I2th  Scottish  Rifles,  Lieut.  Sept. 
1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915.  Transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force.  Died  of  injuries  at 
Witney,  Oxford,  on  nth  October  1918.  PI.  XXI. 

DON,  ALEXANDER  DUFF  BROWNLEE  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1904-8,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1909-12;  B.Sc.  1912.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Feb.  1910  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
R.E.,  2nd  Field  Coy.,  8th  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914 ;  Lieut.  July  1915.  France 
July  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Les  Boeufs  on  22nd  October  1916.  PI.  XXII. 

DONALDSON,  SIR  HAY  FREDERICK  (b.  1856). 

Eton.  Trinity  College,  Cambridge.  Former  Student  (Research).  Chief  Super- 
intendent Ordnance  Factories.  Brigadier-General  on  Lord  Kitchener's  Staff. 
Ministry  of  Munitions,  Technical  Adviser.  C.B.,  K.C.B.  Drowned  in  sinking 
of  H.M.S.  Hampshire  on  5th  June  1916.  PI.  XXII. 

DONALDSON,  SAMUEL  RITCHIE.     (Seep.  115.) 

DONALDSON,  STUART  (b.  1889). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XI.     Student  of  Law,  1908-9.     Chartered  Accountant, 

1912.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1916.     Killed  in  action  on  28th 
•  September  1918.  PI.  XXII. 

DOUGHTY,  GORDON  GRAY  (b.  1893). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  1914.  6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Jan.  1915.  1st  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917. 
Served  in  Egypt  (Senussi  Campaign)  1915-16,  and  in  France  1916-18.  Killed 
in  action  in  April  1918.  PI.  xxil. 

DOUGLAS,  IAN  VICTOR  (b.  1897). 

Grammar  School  and  Royal  Agricultural  College,  Cirencester.  Student  of  Science, 
1915-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Nov.  1916,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet 
Nov.  1916.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  France  May  1917.  M.C.  Oct.  1917. 
Killed  in  action  on  25th  October  1917.  PI.  XXII. 

DOUGLAS,  R.  ROSS  (b.  1891). 

George  Watson's  College;  O.T.C;  First  XV.     Student  of  Arts,  1909-13;  M.A. 

1913.  5th   Royal  Scots,  Private.      Mobilised    Aug.    1914.     7/8th    King's    Own 
Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.      Gallipoli.      France.      Killed  in  action  on 
3Oth  August  1917.  PL  XXII. 

DOW,  JOHN  (b.  1894). 

Stanley  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  5ist  (Grad.)  Training  Reserve 
Battalion,  Highland  Light  Infantry,  July  1916.  Royal  Scots,  Corporal;  I2th 
Battalion  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.;  Acting  Adjutant,  Sept.  1917. 
Killed  near  Arvillers  in  France  on  25th  March  1918.  PL  xxil. 

25 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

DOW,  JOHN  MITCHELL  (b.  1890). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-11;  M.A.  1911.  gth  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  Aug.  1915;  L/Corporal.  Killed  in  action  in 
France  on  29th  April  1916.  PL  xxii. 

DRENNAN,  ROBERT  HUGH  (b.   1866). 

Academical  Institution,  Coleraine.  Student  of  Medicine,  1887-92;  M.B.,  CM. 
1892.  Voluntary  Medical  Officer,  Gravesend,  1914-15.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain 
May  1915.  Died  on  service  at  Gravesend  on  26th  July  1917.  PL  xxii. 

DRUMMOND,  ROBERT  KENNETH  (b.  1894). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-13.  gth  Highland 
Light  Infantry  (Glasgow  Highlanders),  Private  Aug.  1914.  Cameron  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain.  France  Nov.  1914  to  May  1915,  and  May  1916 
to  July  1918.  M.C.  Sept.  1916;  Bar  to  M.C.  Nov.  1916.  Wounded  at  Riche- 
bourg  in  May  1915.  Wounded  on  23rd  and  died  of  wounds  near  Pierrefonds 
in  France  on  24th  July  1918.  PL  xxill. 

DRUMMOND,  WILLIAM  YOUNG  (b.  1894). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  (Hons.  Ment.  Phil.) 
1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  I3th  attached  loth 
Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Lieut.  March  1915.  France.  Ypres 
Aug.  1915.  Killed  at  Montauban  on  nth  July  1916.  PL  XXIII. 

DUGGAN,  CHARLES  WILLIAM  (b.  1866). 

Daniel  Stewart's  and  George  Watson's  Colleges.  Student  of  Medicine ;  M.B., 
C.M.  1887.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1891 ;  Major  1903.  Sofia  Expedition,  1898.  Mention 
Feb.  1917.  Drowned  through  torpedoing  of  the  Leinster  in  the  Irish  Sea  on 
loth  October  1918.  PI.  xxill. 

DUNCAN,  RONALD  WINGRAVE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ;  L.F.P.S. 
(Glasgow)  1907.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  2nd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
Captain.  France  and  Mesopotamia.  Killed  in  action  on  8th  March  1916  in 
Mesopotamia. 

DUNLOP,  GEORGE  HARRY  MELVILLE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1875-80;  M.B.,  C.M.  1880;  M.D.  1884;  F.R.C.P.  R.A.M.C., 
Major  June  1915.  Died  at  Etaples  in  France  on  3rd  July  1916.  PL  XXIII. 

DUNLOP,  WILLIAM  J.  (b.  1889). 

Coleraine  Academical  Institution.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Scottish  Horse  Brigade, 
Private  Sept.  1914.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  2ist  September 
1916.  PL  xxin. 

26 


I'LATK    XXII. 


STI/AKT  DONALDSON'. 


A.  D.  B.  DON. 


SIR  II.  I-'.  DONALDSON. 


G.  G.  DOUOHTY. 


R.  Ross  DOUGLAS. 


I.  V.  DOUGLAS. 


J.  M.  Dow. 


JOHN  Dow. 


R.  H.  DRKNNAN. 


PI.ATK    X.XIII. 


C.  W.  Dr<:<,\N. 


\V.  V.  DK;:MMONI>. 


R.  K.  DRUMMOND. 


G.  H.  M.  DUNI.OP. 


THOMAS  DUNN. 


\V.  J.  DUNLOP. 


J.  J.  T)YKts. 


\V.  J.  DUNN. 


A.    B.    DUKWARJ). 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

DUNN,  THOMAS  (b.  1892). 

Castle  Douglas  School  and  Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law, 
1909-14;  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1911  to  July  1913,  Cadet.  4th  Royal 
Scots  (S.S.C.  and  Banking  Coy.),  Private  Aug.  1914.  5th  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Gallipoli  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1916.  Killed  in 
action  at  Gaza  in  Palestine  on  igth  April  1917.  PI.  XXIII. 

DUNN,  WILLIAM  JOHN  (b.  1895). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1914 
to  March  191 5,  Cadet  Sergeant.  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  I7th  July  1916.  PI.  XXIII. 

DURWARD,  ANDREW  B.  (b.  1888). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-11;  M.A.  1911.  Hth  Royal 
Scots,  Private  April  1915.  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  in  Oct.  1916.  Captain  Aug.  1918.  M.C. 
July  1918.  Killed  in  action  at  the  River  Lys  in  France  on  i6th  October 
1918.  PI.  XXIII. 

DYKES,  JAMES  JOHNSTONE  (b.  1886). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-9 ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.),  L.D.S.  (Edin.).  i/5th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers  (T.),  Captain  1913. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Dispatches  (Gallipoli)  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  I2th  July 
1915  in  Gallipoli.  PI.  xxm. 

EDGAR,  JOHN  MAXWELL  (b.  1887). 

Stirling  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-9;  M.A. 
1908;  (Hons.  Classics)  1909.  First  XI.  (Assoc.).  Schoolmaster.  Sheffield 
University  O.T.C.,  Jan.  to  March  1915.  4th  South  Staffordshire  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  Aug.  1917.  France.  Killed 
in  action  on  22nd  March  1918.  PI.  XXIV. 

EDWARDS,  ALFRED  JOSEPH  A.  (b.  1896). 

Durban  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914 
to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Attached  6th  Loyal 
North  Lancashire  Regiment,  Lieut.  Gallipoli  and  Mesopotamia.  Died  of  wounds 
on  the  Tigris  Line  on  loth  April  1916.  PI.  XXIV. 

ELLIOT,  EDWARD  JOHN  (b.  1881). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1899-1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1906;  Captain  July  1910;  Adjutant;  Major.  No.  10 
Stationary  Hospital.  France  1914.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916.  Killed  at  St  Omer 
on  23rd  May  1918.  PI.  XXIV. 

EVERETT,  WILLIAM  (b.  1863). 

Kettering  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1885-9;  M.B.,  C.M.  1889; 
M.D.  1893.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Persia,  Surgeon.  Killed  by  torpedoing  of 
the  Persia  on  3Oth  December  1915.  PL  xxiv. 

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Roll  of  the   Fallen 

FAIRWEATHER,  PRIMROSE  (*.  1889). 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-9 ;  M.A.  1909.  i6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Jan.  1915;  L/Corporal.  France.  Killed  at  the  Battle  oftheSommeon 
ist  July  1916.  PI.  XXIV. 

FALCONER,  JAMES  BISSET  (b.  1886). 

Blairgowrie  School.  Student  of  Law,  1910-11.  275th  Siege  Battery,  R.G.A., 
Bombardier,  July  1916.  France.  Killed  in  action  near  Ypres  on  2/th  September 

1917.  PI.  xxiv. 

FARQUHAR-THOMPSON,  DOUGLAS  (6.  1889). 

Cheltenham  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to 
Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  loth  Gordons,  attached  ist  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914.  Missing,  presumed  killed  in  action  on  I3th  October  1915. 

FARQUHARSON,  ALEXANDER  McNAUGHTON  (6.  1894). 

Musselburgh  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-16;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.) 
1916.  9th  Royal  Scots,  5 ist  Division,  Signaller,  April  1916.  France.  Killed 
near  Roeux  on  25th  May  1917.  PI.  xxiv. 

FENTIMAN,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  (b.  1899). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March 
to  Aug.  1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  8th  Battn.  Border  Regiment,  2nd 
Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  France  Feb.  1918.  Wounded  and  missing  on  24th  March 

1918.  PI.  xxiv. 

FENTON,  EBENEZER  (b.  1893). 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1910-14;  M.A.  1912. 
U.F.  Church  Guild  Tents,  April  to  Nov.  1915.  A.S.C.,  Private  March  1916. 
Died  at  Hounslow  Military  Hospital  on  I7th  March  1916.  PI.  XXIV. 

FENTON,  JOHN  ALFRED  (b.  1895). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1916-17.  R.F.C.,  Air  Mechanic,  April  1917. 
Killed  accidentally  in  France  on  28th  June  1917.  PI.  XXV. 

FERGUSON,  ARTHUR  DOUGLAS  (b.  1881). 

Edinburgh   Academy.     Student   of  Law,   1901-3.     Chartered    Accountant,    1904. 

O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.     Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 

Jan.  1916;  Lieut.     France  Jan.  1917.     Killed  in  action  on  I2th  October  1917. 

PI.  xxv. 
FERGUSON,  GEORGE  DOUGLAS  (b.  1889). 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XV. ;  Academicals,  First  XV.     Student  of  Medicine, 

1907-13;    M.B.,  Ch.B.    1913.     O.T.C.    Artillery,  Oct.   1908   to   Nov.  1911,    Cadet. 

R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.    Aug.   1914;  Captain.     France.     Dispatches  Jan.  1916.       D.S.O. 

Nov.  1916.     Killed  in  action  at  Vimy  Ridge  on  22nd  April  1917.  PL  xxv. 

28 


PLATE   XXIV. 


A.  J.  A.  EDWARDS. 


E.  J.  ELLIOT. 


PRIMROSE  FAIRWEATHER. 


J.  B.  FALCONER. 


WILLIAM  EVERETT. 


'•'•  W.  FKNTIMAN. 


A.  M'N'.  FARQUHARSOX. 


EHENEZER  FENTON. 


PLATE   XXV. 


J.  A.  KENTON. 


A.  D.  FERGUSON. 


(J.    I).    I'EKGIJS-'iJN. 


JAMES  PEROUSON,  JUN. 


JOHN  FEHGUSON. 


C.   Fi 


I.  (J.   FLEM 


I.    S.    l-J.KMINfi. 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

FERGUSON,  JAMES,  Senior  (b.  1857). 

Craigmount,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1875-6;  M.A.  1876.  K.C. 
Sheriff  of  Forfar.  "Buchan  Rifles,"  1874.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.-Col.  1900. 
With  assistance  organised  9th  Royal  Scots,  1900;  2/9th  1914-15;  and  3/9th 
in  1915.  Trained  over  2000  officers  and  men.  Died  at  Edinburgh  on 
25th  April  1917. 

FERGUSON,  JAMES,  Junior  (b.  1886). 

Edinburgh    Academy   and    Charterhouse.     Student   of  Arts   and  Law,  1904-10; 

M.A.    1910;   LL.B.   1913;  Advocate,  1913.     9th  Royal  Scots  (Highlanders),  2nd 

Lieut.    May    1904;    Lieut.    Feb.    1907;    Captain    Dec.    1908;    Major   Sept.    1915. 

France  Feb.  1915.     Dispatches  Jan.  1916.     Missing  since  23rd  July  1916. 

PI.  xxv. 
FERGUSON,  JOHN  (b.  1897). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College,    ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.    Edinburgh  University  O.T.C. 

Infantry,  March  to  June  1916,  Cadet.     i/7th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  June 

1916.     Killed  at  Courcellette  on  igth  December  1916.  PI.  XCIH. 

FERGUSON,  JOHN  (b.  1892). 

MacLaren  High  School,  Callander ;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14. 
4th  and  6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  4th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov. 
1914.  France.  Dispatches  Oct.  1916.  Killed  near  Le  Transloy,  the  Somme,  on 
23rd  October  1916.  PI.  XXV. 

FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  PERCIVAL  (b.  1896). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to 
July  1915,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  France  July  1916. 
Wounded  at  the  Somme.  Killed  at  Vimy  Ridge  near  Arras  on  9th  April  1917. 

PI.  xxv. 

FLEMING,  CHARLES  CHRISTIE  (b.  1864). 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  CM.  1888.  R.A.M.C., 
1892.  Sudan  Campaign,  1896-9.  D.S.O.  Dec.  1898.  South  African  Campaign, 
1899-1901.  Colonel  and  A.D.M.S.,  May  1915.  With  5ist  (Highland)  Division  in 
France,  1915.  Dispatches  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on  24th  December  1917.  PI.  xxv. 

FLEMING,  IAN  GRANT  (b.  1892). 

Keith  Grammar  School  and  Glenalmond.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  6th  Gordon 
Highlanders,  1910.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Jan.  1916.  With  5ist 
Division  in  France.  M.C.  and  Dispatches  June  1915.  Killed  in  action  on 
3ist  July  1917.  PI.  XXV. 

FLEMING,  JAMES  SWORD  (b.  1895). 

Royal  High  School.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  May 
1916,  Cadet.  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  Dec.  1915.  Gordon  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  June  1917.  Died  of  wounds  at  No.  20  General  Hospital  on  29th 
September  1917.  PI.  XXV. 

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Roll  of  the   Fallen 

FLETT,  ARTHUR  DAVID  (b.  1880). 

Leys  School,  Cambridge ;  Edin.  Wanderers  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Law, 
1901-3.  Chartered  Accountant,  1904.  Treas.  Edin.  Univ.  Athletic  Club;  Sec. 
Scottish  Football  Union.  7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  at  Arras  on 
9th  April  1917.  PI.  xxvi. 

FLETT,  HENRY  WILLIAM  (b.  1882). 

Leys  School,  Cambridge ;  First  XV.,  First  XI.,  and  Lacrosse ;  Edin.  Wanderers 
First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1905-8.  Chartered  Accountant,  1908.  6th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.;  Lieut.  M.C.  April  1916.  Died  of 
wounds  on  igth  April  1916.  PI.  XXVI. 

FORBES,  ALEXANDER  BRUCE  (b.  1888). 

Madras  College,  St  Andrews,  and  Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff.  Student  of 
Science,  1906-10;  B.Sc.  1910.  Board  of  Agriculture  till  July  1917.  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.,  July  1917.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1918.  Died  of  wounds  on  2gth  October  1918.  PI.  xxvi. 

FORBES,  ALEXANDER  FISHER  (b.  1889). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-11.  6th  attached  i/4th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  Gallipoli.  Wounded  on  28th  June  and  died  at  the 
Dardanelles  on  1st  July  1915.  PI.  XXVI. 

FORD,  ERNEST  GEORGE  (b.  1875). 

Hull  College  and  Bath  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1892-9;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1900;  Captain  April  1903.  South  African  Campaign, 
Sept.  1900  to  May  1902.  Major.  Retired  1911.  Died  on  7th  October 
1915.  PI.  xxvi. 

FORD,  GEORGE  TURNER  (b.  1879). 

George  Watson's  College;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1897-1901;  M.A. 
(Hons.  Classics)  1901.  Licentiate  es  Lettres  (Geneva).  i/4th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Nov.  1914.  Dardanelles.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Gully  Ravine, 
Gallipoli,  on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  xxvi. 

FORREST,  BERTRAM  THOMAS  ALEXANDER  (b.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College.  Banker.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Feb.  to  July  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet.  Yeomanry,  2nd  Lieut.  Egyptian 
Expeditionary  Force,  Jan.  1917.  Killed  at  Beitunia  near  Jerusalem  on  27th 
December  1917.  PI.  xxvi. 

FORRESTER,  JAMES  DAVID  (b.  1888). 

Peebles  High  School  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1906-12;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1916. 
France  Aug.  1915.  Attached  Royal  Naval  Division.  Killed  in  action  on  the 
Somme  on  4th  November  1916.  PI.  xxvi. 


PLATE  XXVI. 


A.  13.  FORUES. 


\.        > 

II.    VV.    Fl.ETT. 


A.  I).  FLETT. 


P".  G.  FORD. 


G.  T.  FORD. 


Al.I'.X.     F.     l-'O 


.1.    I).    FOKKKSTl-.K. 


R    T.    A.    FOKKKST. 


\V.    A.    FOKSYTH. 


PLAIT.    XXVII. 


I.    FOKSVTH-C.KANT. 


ALEX.  I-'KA .-!•:•>. 


ROWLAND  I-'KASEK. 


G.  D.  FKASER. 


A.  C.  FRASEK. 


!•*  «*     ' 


GRANT  GALL. 


J.  W.  FREW. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

FORSYTE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1864). 

Cockburnspath  School,  and  Wellfield  Academy,  Duns.  Student  of  Law,  1887-8. 
Solicitor.  2nd  V.B.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  1879;  Lothians  and  Berwick- 
shire Yeomanry,  twelve  years.  2nd  V.B.  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  eight 
years.  7th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Captain.  V.D.  1907  ;  T.D.  1914.  Killed  in  action 
in  October  1915. 

FORSYTH,  WILLIAM  ALLAN  (b.  1895). 

Montrose  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1913  to  Aug.  1914.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1915; 
Captain  June  1917.  Transferred  to  Royal  Air  Force.  Mesopotamia,  Gallipoli, 
and  France.  Dispatches  Aug.  1917.  Killed  in  air  fight  at  Armentieres  on 
27th  June  1918.  PI.  XXVI. 

FORSYTH-GRANT,  IVOR  (b.  1888). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1907-11  ;  M.A.  1911  ; 
LL.B.  1913;  Advocate,  1913.  2nd  Lovat  Scouts,  2nd  Lieut.  1910;  Lieut.  July 
1914.  Gallipoli.  Dispatches  March  1916.  Wounded  and  died  at  Suvla  Bay  on 
I9th  October  1915.  PI.  xxvil. 

FOULKES,  GEORGE  BOYD  (b.  1891). 

Bede  Collegiate  School,  Sunderland.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Classics)  1914;  Black  Scholar.  Oxford  O.T.C.  6th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Captain  March  1916.  France. 
Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  Loos  Sept.  1915.  Killed  at  Martinpuich  on  I3th 
August  1916.  PI.  xxvil. 

FRASER,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1865). 

The  College,  Inverness.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1880-9.  Solicitor,  ist 
Cameron  Highlanders  (Vol.),  2nd  Lieut.  1890;  Hon.  Lieut. -Colonel  April  1907. 
4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Lieut.-Colonel  1909-13.  Reserve  Battn.  4th  Cameron 
Highlanders,  Sept.  1914.  France.  V.D.  Dispatches  May  and  Oct.  1915. 
Killed  in  action  at  Festubert  on  i8th  May  1915.  PI.  xxvil. 

FRASER,  ALEXANDER  CHARLES  (b.  1897). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  Sept. 
1914,  Cadet.  i/4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  Gallipoli.  Killed  in  action 
at  the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  xxvil. 

FRASER,  DONALD  REGINALD.  (Seep.  115.) 

FRASER,  GEORGE  DICK  (b.  1898). 

Inveraray  Grammar  and  George  Heriot's  Schools.  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1915  to  Aug.  1916  and  Feb.  to  May 
1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  May  1917.  I3th  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917. 
France  Oct.  1917.  Died  of  wounds  at  Rouen  on  3rd  June  1918.  PI.  xxvil. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

FRASER,  ROWLAND  (b.  1890). 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1903-8,  Cadet  Colour-Sergeant.  First  XV. 
and  XI.  B.A.  (Cambridge)  1911 ;  Student  of  Law,  1911-14.  First  XV.  Scottish 
International,  four  "Caps."  1st  Rifle  Brigade,  and  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Aug. 
1915;  Captain  Nov.  1915.  France  Jan.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  1st  July 
1916.  PI.  xxvn. 

FREEMAN,  GERALD  STEWART  (b.  1895). 

Perth  Academy,  and  Gordon  Schools,  Huntly.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet.  Gordon  Highlanders.  R.N.V.R., 
H.M.S.  Lassoo,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Jan.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  I3th 
August  1916.  PI.  xxvii. 

FREW,  JOHN  WILLIAMSON  (b.  1884). 

George  Heriot's  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Medicine,  1901-6;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1906.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Aug.  1914.  Attached  Hartigan's 
Horse  in  German  S.-W.  Africa.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1915.  Egypt  1915-17; 
France  1917-18.  M.C.  Sept.  1918.  Died  of  wounds,  No.  8  General  Hospital, 
on  8th  October  1918.  PI.  xxvn. 

GALL,  GRANT  (b.  1892). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Music,  1909-14;  Mus.  Bac.  1914.  Bticher 
Scholar.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1909  to  April  1913,  Cadet.  3rd  Royal  Scots,  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Lieut.  Sept.  1916 ;  Acting  Captain  July  1917.  3rd  Field  Survey 
Coy.,  R.E.  France  July  1915  ;  Loos  and  St  Eloi.  Killed  in  action  on  2ist  March 
1918.  PI.  xxvn. 

GALL,  WILLIAM  JOHN  REID  (b.  1878). 

George    Heriot's    School.     Student    of  Arts,  1898-1901  ;    M.A.    1901.     R.G.A., 

Gunner  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  1918.     France  1916.  Wounded  in  France  on  i8th  and 

died  on  igth  April  1918.  PL  XXVin. 

GALLETLY,  IAN  (b.  1889). 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XV.  and  XI. ;  Academicals  First  XV.  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1913.  First  XV.  London  Scottish.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  R.F.A.,  ist 
Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1913;  Lieut.  1915.  France  Oct.  1915.  Killed 
at  Mametz  near  Albert  on  3rd  August  1916.  PI.  xxvill. 

GARDEN,  DUNCAN  (b.  1899). 

Fordyce  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916 
to  Nov.  1917,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.F.C.,  Flight  Cadet,  Sept.  1917.  Accidentally 
killed  at  Thetford  on  24th  July  1918.  PI.  xxvin. 

GARDINER,  GEORGE  ARCHIBALD  VICTOR  (b.  1897). 

Garmouth  School  and  Elgin  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Feb.  to  July  1916,  Cadet.  3rd,  5th  and  6th  Cameron  Highlanders, 
Private  July  1916.  Missing,  presumed  killed,  on  6th  May  1917.  PI.  xxvin. 

32 


PLATE   XXVIII. 


i MAN  GARDEN. 


W.  J.  R.  GALL. 


L\i\    CrAl.l.liTI.Y. 


'..    A.    V.    G 


A.  C.  GARVIE. 


J.  I..  GAUDIE. 


A.  C.  B. 


J.  S.  GEI.I.ATI.Y. 


ROBERT  GEI.I.ATI.Y. 


PLATE  XXIX. 


ALEX.  GEMMELL. 


D.  H.  GEORGESON. 


K.  I-'.  GERKAKD. 


AI.EX.  GIBB. 


ALEX.  REID  GIBU. 


AKTHTK  J. 


K.  .1.  GIIMJN. 


\V.    K.    GIBBONS. 


\V.  A.  Gniii. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

GARVIE,  ALEXANDER  COCKBURN  (b.  1897). 

Trinity  Academy,  Leith,  and  Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  Aug.  1916,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet 
Aug.  1916.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  in  action 
in  France  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  XXVIII. 

GAUDIE,  JOHN  LOGIE  (b.  1894). 

Montrose  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  Solicitor,  July  1915.  Highland 
Cyclist  Battalion,  Private  Oct.  1915.  ist  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
July  1916.  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Flers  on  25th  September  1916.  PI.  XXVIII. 

GAVIN,  NEIL  MURPHY. 

Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ;  L.F.P.S.  (Glasgow)  1901.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Accidentally  killed  in  France  on  I2th  March  1916. 

GEDDES,  ALASTAIR  COSMO  BURTON  (6.  1891). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1908-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  Vans  Dunlop 
Scholar.  R.N.A.S.,  July  1915  ;  Kite  Balloon  Service,  R.F.C.,  1916;  Major  Dec.  1916. 
France  Aug.  1915.  M.C.  Jan.  1917.  Chevalier  Legion  d'Honneur  April  1917. 
Killed  in  action  on  igth  April  1917.  PI.  XXVIII. 

GELLATLY,  JOHN  STEWART  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (Highlanders)  1911.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  Private;  L/Corporal ; 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  3ist  July  1917.  PL  XXVIII. 

GELLATLY,  ROBERT  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  Gymnastics  ;  First  XV.  Watsonians.  Student  of  Law, 
1907-9.  Solicitor.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  Nov.  1914.  I3th  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1916.  France.  Wounded  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd 
April  1917.  PL  XXVIII. 

GEMMELL,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1905-8 ;  B.Sc.  1908;  D.Sc.  1915; 
F.I.C.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1908  to  Nov.  191 1,  Cadet  Corporal.  Unattached  List, 
T.F.  Edin.  Univ.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  O.C. 
March  to  Sept.  1916;  O.C.  Scot.  Comd.  Anti-Gas  School  Sept.  1916;  Captain 
April  1917.  R.E.  (Chemical  Research)  Feb.  1918.  Died  at  Murtle,  Aberdeenshire, 
on  3rd  January  1919.  PI.  XXIX. 

GEORGESON,  DAN  HORACE  (b.  1894). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  O.T.C.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1910-14;  M.A.  1913; 
LL.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  June  1914,  Cadet,  gth  and  8th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  France 
June  1915.  Dispatches  1916  and  1917.  Killed  at  Monchy  near  Arras  on  9th 
March  1918.  PL  XXIX. 

33  c 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

GERRARD,  ROBERT  FINLAY  (6.  1887). 

Moray  House  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-12  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.) 
1912.  9th  Royal  Scots  (Highlanders),  Private  1902.  Unattached  List,  T.F. 
George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  1912;  Lieut.;  Captain  and 
O.C.  1914.  4th  Royal  Scots,  attached  i/6th  Gloucestershire  Regiment,  June 
1915;  Captain;  Major.  France  1916.  Dispatches  April  1917.  Killed  in  action 
on  i8th  April  1917.  PI-  XXIX. 

GIBB,  ALEXANDER  (*.  1896). 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1914 
to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  4th  Northumbrian  (Howitzer)  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  France.  Attached  2/6$rd  Heavy  Trench  Mortar 
Battery.  Killed  in  action  near  Arras  on  5th  June  1917.  PL  xxix. 

GIBB,  ALEXANDER  REID  (b.  1874). 

George  Watson's  College;  Athletics.  Student  of  Law,  1893-5.  Solicitor  1904. 
R.F.A.,  2nd  Highland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  1912;  Lieut,  and  Captain  Oct.  1914. 
France  with  Forfarshire  Battery,  May  1915.  Wounded  Sept.  1916.  Killed  at 
Ploegsteert,  Belgium,  on  I2th  October  1916.  PI.  XXIX. 

GIBB,  ARTHUR  JOHN  (b.  1892). 

Arbroath  High  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Engl.)  1914.  6th  Royal  Scots  (College  Coy.)  three  years.  4th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  July  191 1  ;  Corporal.  Dardanelles  June  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli 
on  28th  June  1915.  PL  xxix. 

GIBB,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  (b.  1872). 

Ipswich  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  1900.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
April  1902 ;  Lieut.-Col.  1914.  ist  East  Anglian  Casualty  Clearing  Station.  Died 
of  pneumonia  on  loth  March  1915.  PL  xxix. 

GIBBONS,  WILFRED  ERNEST  (b.  1869). 

Charterhouse  and  Liverpool  University  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1890-6; 

M.B.,    CM.    1896;     M.D.    1900.      R.A.M.C.,    5th  Northern    General    Hospital, 

Leicester,  Captain.     Died  on  2Oth  December  1917.  PL  XXIX. 

GIBSON,  REGINALD  JAMES  (b.  1894). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1912-14. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  4th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914.  Gallipoli,  May  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  28th  June  1915.  PL  XXIX. 

GIBSON,  ROBERT  GRAY  NICHOL  (b.  1891). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  O.T.C,  Cadet.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  4th,  6th  and 
2nd  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut;  Acting 
Captain.  Attached  5th  Liverpool  Regiment.  France  1915-18.  M.C.  July  1917. 
Wounded  Sept.  1917.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  2ist  March  1918.  PL  xxx. 

34 


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GILLISON,  ANDREW  (b.  1868). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1885-9;  M.A.  1889.  New  College, 
Edinburgh,  1889-93.  U.F.  Church  Minister.  2nd  Australian  Expeditionary  Force, 
Chaplain.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Died  of  wounds  in  Gallipoli  in 
September  1915.  PI.  XXX. 

GILMOUR,  DAVID  (b.  1890). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-13;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1910  to  May  1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1912; 
Captain.  France  Aug.  1914  to  May  1915.  Invalided  out  in  May  1915.  Died 
at  Kingussie  on  igth  August  1916.  PI.  xxx. 

GLANVILL,  ERNEST  MURE  (b.  1877). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1895-1901  ;  M.B.,  CM.  1901. 
R.A.M.C.  1903 ;  Captain  1907.  France  Aug.  1914.  Attached  Scots  Greys. 
Dispatches  Jan.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  2nd  November  1914.  PI.  XXX. 

GOODFELLOW,  ERIC  HECTOR  (6.  1892). 

Auckland  Grammar  School,  N.Z.  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14. 
Vans  Dunlop  Scholar  in  Botany  and  Zoology,  1914.  N.Z.  T.F.,  Lieut.  Australian 
Hospital,  Aug.  to  Dec.  1914.  R.F.A.,  28th  Battery,  9th  Brigade,  Meerut  Division, 
2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  France,  Mesopotamia.  Wounded  Sept.  1915.  Dispatches 
1916.  Killed  near  Kut  on  8th  March  1916.  PL  XXX. 

GORDON,  ALISTAIR  CAMPBELL  MILLER  (b.  1891). 

Charterhouse.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Aug. 
1914,  Cadet.  Middlesex  Regiment  (Pub.  Sch.  Battn.),  Private  1914.  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers,  Lieut.  Three  times  wounded.  Killed  in  action  in  March  1917. 

GORDON,  REGINALD  GLEGG  (b.  1878). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1897-1903;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903. 
Univ.  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1897  to  1903  ;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1903  ;  Lieut.  Feb.  1904; 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Captain  July  1908;  O.C.  till  Oct.  1909.  6th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  Captain  1913.  R.G.A.,  Lowland  Heavy  Battery,  Aug.  1914; 
Major  March  1915.  France  1916.  Dispatches  Oct.  1917.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1918. 
Killed  in  action  in  France  on  25th  March  1918.  PI.  XXX. 

GORRIE,  ALEXANDER  KEITH  (b.  1884). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1903-5.  gth  Royal  Scots. 
Private  Sept.  1914.  nth  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915. 
France  March  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  26th  April  1916.  PL  XXX. 

GRACIE,  WILLIAM  JAMES  (b.  1895). 

North  Berwick  High  School;  Golf.  Cadet  Corps  1912-13,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
9th  and  loth  North  Staffordshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  France  July 
1916.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Arras  on  26th  April  1917.  PI.  xxx. 

35 


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GRAHAM,  HENRY  BALFOUR  (b.  1894). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1910-12,  Cadet.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14. 
7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915; 
Captain  Aug.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  (Regulars)  July  1916.  With  5ist  Division  and 
wounded  in  France  in  Nov.  1915.  With  loth  Battn.  at  Salonika.  Killed  in  action 
near  Lake  DoYran  on  8th  May  1917.  PI.  xxx. 

GRAHAM,  HUGH  CHRISTISON  (b.  1893). 

Dumfries  Academy;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Nov.  1911  to  March  1915,  Cadet  Sergeant.  8th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers, 
attached  M.G.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  France.  Killed  at 
Messines  on  8th  June  1917.  PI.  xxxi. 

GRAHAM,  MALCOLM  (b.  1891). 

Uig,  Skye,  and  Kingussie  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-14;  M.A.  1913. 
Sec.  Celtic  Soc.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  1910  to  April  1915.  2nd  Gordon 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  Oct.  1917.  M.C.  April  1917.  Killed 
in  action  on  28th  October  1917.  PI.  xxxi. 

GRANT,  CHARLES  WILLIAM  (b.  1891). 

St  George's  College,  Mussoorie,  India.  Athletics.  Mussoorie  Vol.  Rifles.  Student 
of  Science,  1911-14.  nth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  1915; 
Captain  Aug.  1917.  France,  Loos,  Somme,  Festubert,  first  and  second  Ypres, 
Longueval.  Killed  at  Passchendaele  on  I2th  October  1917.  PI.  xxxi. 

GRANT,  JOHN  PETER  (b.  1880). 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine  ;  B.Sc.,  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  South  African 
Medical  Corps,  attached  Natal  Light  Horse,  Captain  Dec.  1914.  With  6th  Mounted 
Rifles  during  the  Rebellion.  Died  of  influenza  on  igth  October  1919.  PI.  XXXI. 

GRANT,  PERCY  KENMURE  (b.  1890). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1910-12.  C.A.  1914.  i/i4th  City 
of  London  Regiment  (London  Scottish),  Private  Feb.  1915.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915.  France.  G.H.Q.,  2nd,  4th  and  $th  Armies.  Dispatches.  Wounded 
at  Loos  on  25th  Sept.  1915.  Died  at  Lille  of  pneumonia  following  influenza  on 
6th  November  1918.  PI.  xxxi. 

GRANT,  RONALD  CAMERON  (b.  1891). 

Dover  College  and  Daniel  Stewart's  College  ;  Dux.  University  Bursar.  Student 
of  Science,  1908-12;  B.Sc.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1909  to  Jan.  1910; 
Engineers,  1910-12.  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1916.  France. 
Attached  Canadian  Corps.  Died  at  Amiens  on  i6th  October  1916.  PI.  xxxi. 

GRANT,  THOMAS  FRANCIS  (b.  1892). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Nov.  1911-14,  Cadet.  Highland  Mtd.  Bde.  Field  Ambulance.  Private,  Aug. 
1914.  5th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  With 
5 ist  (Highland)  Division  in  France  for  two  years.  M.C.  May  1917;  Bar  to  M.C. 
March  1918.  Killed  in  action  on  April  1918.  PI.  xxxi. 

36 


PLATE   XXX. 


R.  G.  N.  GIBSON. 


DAVID  GILMOUR. 


ANDREW  GIU.ISON. 


E.  M.  GLANVILL. 


R.  G.  GORDON. 


E.    H.    GOODFELLOW. 


WM.  J.  GRACIE. 


H.  B.  GRAHAM. 


PLATE   XXXI. 


C.  W.  GRANT. 


H.  C.  GRAHAM. 


MALCOLM  GRAHAM. 


J.  P.  GRANT. 


R.  C.  GRANT. 


I'.  K.  GRANT. 


^ 


F.  C.  GRAY. 


J.  J.  E.  GRAY. 


T.  F.  GRANT. 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

GRAY,  DOUGLAS  WILLIAM  (b.  1894). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.     Student  of  Science,  1914-15.     O.T.C.  Infantry, 

Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.     Royal  Scots,  Private.     M.G.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  in 

action  on  i8th  November  1916.  PL  xcill. 

GRAY,  FRANCIS  HENRY  TURNER  (b.  1881). 

Elgin  Academy  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts ;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Classics)  1901.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  1915;  Lieut;  Captain.  Sicily  and  Salonika. 
Intelligence  Dept.  War  Office,  Spring  1918.  Serbian  Order  of  White  Eagle. 
Drowned  while  on  leave  at  Prawle,  South  Devon,  in  July  1918. 

GRAY,  FREDERICK  COLIN  (b.  1892). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1911-14;  M.A.  1914. 
U.F.  Church  Guild  Tent  for  six  months.  i/7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  High- 
landers, Private  Nov.  1915.  France  with  5ist  (Highland)  Division.  Killed  at 
Beaumont  Hamel  on  I5th  November  1916.  PI.  xxxi. 

GRAY,  JOHN  JAMES  EMSLIE  (b.  1876). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1898-1900.  No.  4  (University)  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1900,  Private.  Sharp-Shooters'  Corps  and  Imperial 
Yeomanry;  South  African  War,  1901-3.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  Private  Nov. 
1914.  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  France 
Dec.  1914.  Wounded  at  Longueval,  France,  in  July  1916.  Killed  in  flying  accident 
at  Gosport  on  i8th  March  1917.  PL  xxxi. 

GRAYFOOT,  BLENMAN  BUH6T. 

Student  of  Medicine ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ;  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  "1885  ;  M.R.C.S. 
(Eng.)  1886.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Colonel.  Dispatches.  C.B.  1916.  Died  on 
3Oth  September  1916. 

GREEN,  CHARLES  LAYTON  (*.   1893). 

Swanage  and  St  Bees,  Cumberland.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet,  nth  Essex  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914. 
Royal  Fusiliers,  Sportsman's  Battalion.  France  1915-16,  Ypres.  Transferred 
R.F.C.,  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  gth  June  1917.  PL  XXXII. 

GREENE,  REGINALD  DOWNES  LATIMER  (b.  1883). 

Trinity  College,  Stratford-on-Avon.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908. 
P.M.O.,  Sarawak,  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1916.  France  June  1916,  Battle 
of  the  Somme.  Invalided  home  Nov.  1916.  Died  of  malaria  at  Labuan  on  2ist 
July  1919. 

GREY,  PATRICK  RIDDLE  (b.  1892). 

Avenue  Academy,  Berwick.  Student  of  Science,  1911-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers) 
Nov.  1914  to  June  191 5,  Cadet.  8th  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915. 
Killed  in  action  in  France  on  26th  September  1916.  PL  xxxil. 

37  c  2 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

GRIERSON,  JOHN  CHARLES  (b.  1893)- 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1915. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Dec.  1915.  Middlesex  Regiment,  Private  (Lewis 
Gunner)  Spring  1916.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on  23rd  October  1916. 

PI.  XXXII. 

GRIEVE,  DAVID  CLARK  (b.  1891). 

Breadalbane  Academy,  Aberfeldy.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-10.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1909  to  Dec.  1910.  13*  Battn.  5th  Royal  Canadian  Highlanders,  Private  Aug. 
1914;  Corporal  and  Sergeant  1915  ;  Lieut.  1916.  France.  Killed  at  Vimy  Ridge 
on  9th  April  1917.  PI.  xxxii. 

GRIGOR,  THOMAS  ALEXANDER  (b.  1893). 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1910  to  Dec.  1912,  Cadet.  Law  Apprentice.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse, 
Private  Dec.  1912.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Corporal  1916.  Transferred  to  nth 
Royal  Scots,  July  1917.  France.  Killed  at  Passchendaele  on  I2th  October  1917. 

PI.  xxxii. 

GROENEWALD,  ALBERT  (b.  1885). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1906-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  S.A.  Medical  Corps,  Captain. 
German  S.-W.  Africa  and  German  E.  Africa.  Attached  3rd  South  African  Horse. 
M.C.  at  Kondoa-Waugi  (East  Africa)  1916.  Died  at  Johannesburg  in  1916. 

GUNSON,  LESLIE  ROBERT  SCHRADER  (b.  1895). 

St  Bees,  Cumberland.  Shooting.  O.T.C.  1909-13.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  3ist  Heavy  Battery, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France.  Wounded  in  July  1916. 
Killed  in  action  on  the  Somme  on  i8th  July  1916.  PI.  xxxii. 

GUTHRIE,  GEORGE  WATSON  (b.  1877). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1895-1900;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900. 
R.A.M.C.,  attached  Naval  Division,  Lieut.  Killed  at  Beaumont  Hamel  on 
1 3th  November  1916.  PI.  XXXII. 

GUTHRIE,  THOMAS  ERROL  (b.  1887). 

Boys'  High  School,  Christchurch,  and  University,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1904-9;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  attached  3rd  Ambulance,  The 
Rifle  Brigade,  Captain  Feb.  1916.  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Armentieres 
on  4th  July  1916.  PI.  xxxii. 

GYLE,  ERNEST  WOODS  (b.  1898). 

Perth  Academy ;  Athletics ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916.  6th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  L/Corporal  July  1916;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1917. 
7th  attached  1st  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1918. 
Killed  in  action  at  Wassigny,  France,  on  i8th  October  1918.  PI.  xxxii. 

38 


PLATE   XXXII. 


j.  (.'.  GRIERSON. 


P.    \i.    GKliY. 


C.  I.  GREEN. 


T.  A.  G.KICOK. 


I).  C.  CKIKVI-. 


I..  K.  S.  GUNSON. 


E.  W.  GYLE. 


PI. ATI-:  .\.\.\in. 


J.  G.  HAMILTON-GRIERSON. 


HENKV  HALL. 


J.  H.  M.  HAKDYMAN. 


N.  E.  J.  HAKDIM 


^s 

- 


A.  T.  HAKKIS. 


K.  J.  P.  HAKI.E. 


A.  B.  HARE. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

HALL,  HENRY  (6.  1891). 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  Football.  O.T.C.  1906-9.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1910  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  Royal  Horse  Artillery, 
i/ist  Ayrshire,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain.  Egypt 
Sept.  1916.  Attached  Anzac  Mounted  Division,  Palestine.  Killed  near  Jerusalem 
on  25th  September  1918.  PI.  XXXIII. 

HAMILTON-GRIERSON,  JAMES  GILBERT  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1908-9.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1911.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  Gallipoli  May  1915.  Killed  in  action  near  Cape  Helles 
on  1 5th  July  1915.  PI.  XXXIII. 

HANDYSIDE,  JOHN  (b.  1883). 

Royal  High  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1899-1903;  M.A.  1903  (Hons.  Ment. 
Phil.);  Hamilton  Fellow  and  Ferguson  Scholar.  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  1903-8; 
Fellow  of  St  John's  College,  Oxford,  1908;  B.A.  (Oxford).  Assistant  in  Logic  and 
Metaphysics,  Edin.  Univ. ;  Lecturer  in  Philosophy,  Liverpool  Univ.  i6th  Liver- 
pool Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  Died  of  wounds  on  i8th  October  1916. 

PI.  xxxiil. 

HARDIE,  FREDERICK  (b.  1876). 

High  School,  Kirkcaldy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1895-1900;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  April  1915.  26th  Field  Ambulance,  France.  Died  of  wounds  on 
2Oth  September  1917. 

HARDING,  NORMAN  ERNEST  JASPER  (b.  1875). 

Merchant  Taylor  School,  Crosby,  and  Cambridge  House,  Liverpool.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1895-1900;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  Diploma  in  Public  Health.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  1901;  Major  1914;  Lieut-Colonel.  South  African  Campaign,  1901-3. 
France  1914.  Severely  wounded.  No.  12  Stationary  Hospital.  India.  Died 
of  cholera  at  Bombay  on  loth  August  1916.  PL  XXXIII. 

HARDY,  RALPH  MILLER  (b.  1894). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  I4th  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  July  1915;  Corporal;  Sergeant;  Coy. 
Q.M.S.  5th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918. 
France  Dec.  1917.  Killed  near  Ors,  France,  on  4th  November  1918. 

PL  xxxill. 

HARDYMAN,  JOHN  HAY  MAITLAND  (b.  1894). 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  4th  Somerset  Light  Infantry,  Private 
Aug.  1914.  Flight  Cadet,  Dec.  1914.  9th  and  8th  Somerset  Light  Infantry, 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Captain  and  Major  April  1917;  Brigade 
Major  (Staff)  1917-18;  Lieut.-Colonel  May  1918.  France  1916-18  with  37th 
Division.  M.C.  July  1917 ;  D.S.O.  Aug.  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917  and  Nov. 
1918.  Wounded  three  times.  Killed  in  action  at  Biefvillers  on  24th  August 
1918.  PL  xxxill. 

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HARE,  ALEXANDER  BALFOUR  (b.  1890). 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-14;  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1913.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1909  to  Jan.  1913,  Cadet  Bombardier.  Schoolmaster;  George 
Watson's  College.  O.T.C,  2nd  Lieut.  1913.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 

1915.  France,    the    Somme,    Feb.    1916.      Killed    in    action    on    3ist    October 

1916.  PL  xxxin. 

HARLE,  RICHARD  JOHN  PATERSON  (b.  1896). 

Berwickshire  High  School.  Shooting.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
March  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  7th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  France  Feb.  1915. 
Lieut.  1916;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  Transferred  to  Regulars,  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  in  1917.  M.C.  (nth  to  I3th  April  1917)  Vimy  Ridge.  Wounded  at 
Roeux  on  23rd  and  died  at  Etaples  on  26th  April  1917.  PL  xxxill. 

HARLEY,  ALLAN  LANGLANDS.  (Seep.  115.) 

HARRIS,  ANTROBUS  TAFT  (b.  1890). 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff.  Student  of  Arts  and  Music,  1906-12  ;  Mus.  Bac.  1912  ; 
London  Scottish,  Private  Sept.  1914.  France  from  1914.  4th  Bedford  Regiment, 
attached  ist  Lincolns,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Killed  at  Armentieres  on  igth 
March  1916.  PL  xxxill. 

HARROWER,  WILLIAM  (b.  1893). 

Falkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1915. 
3rd  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  April  1915.  R.E.,  Sergeant.  France  Aug.  1915. 
Died  from  gas  poisoning  near  Bailleul,  Battle  of  the  Somme,  on  ist  July 
1916.  PL  xxxiv. 

HARTE,  JOSEPH  FRANCIS.     (Seep.  116.) 

HARTLEY,  ARTHUR  CONNING  (b.  1865). 

Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  CM.  1888;  M.D.  (Hons.)  1891;  F.R.C.S.  (Ed.)  1893. 
No.  4  (University)  Coy.  Royal  Scots  for  eleven  years.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  East 
Anglian  R.E.,  Major.  Died  at  Bedford  on  5th  March  1919.  PL  xcill. 

HARVEY,  ALEXANDER  SCOTT  (b.  1896). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  and  XL;  Athletics,  ist  Highland  Cadet 
Battn.  1913-15,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  2nd  attached  ist  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1917.  France  Aug.  1916-18.  Wounded  twice.  Wounded 
at  Aubigny  near  Arras  on  28th  and  died  on  29th  March  1918.  PL  XXXIV. 

HASTINGS,  JOSEPH  EDWARD  (£.,1894). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  nth  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France.  Killed  in  Delville  Wood, 
Longueval,  on  2oth  July  1916.  PL  XXXIV. 

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HAWKS,  AUBREY  MELDRUM  WOOD  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College;  Dux  1914;  University  Bursar.  Student  of  Arts, 
1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  i/4th  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  April  1917.  i/6th  Gloucestershire  Regiment 
and  7th  Field  Coy.  R.E.,  52nd  Division.  France  Sept.  1916  to  Feb.  1917 ; 
Egypt  Feb.  1918;  France  March  1918.  Killed  in  action  at  Canal  du  Nord, 
east  of  Moeuvres,  on  27th  September  1918.  PI.  XXXIV. 

HAYHURST,  THOMAS  (b.  1888). 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man;  First  XV.  and  Athletics.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1905-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  for  one  year.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Captain  March  1915.  2/1  st  East  Lanes.  Field  Ambulance.  Drowned 
by  torpedoing  of  H.M.S.  Royal  Edward  in  ^Egean  Sea  on  I4th  August 
1915.  PI.  xxxiv. 

HEARD,  FRANCIS  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.),  1889. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Died  on  service  on  I5th  March  1917. 

HEGGIE,  DAVID  (b.  1874). 

Grammar  School,  Lame,  and  Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity, 
1894-1902;  M.A.  1899.  Minister  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain.  7th  and  8th 
Royal  Scots,  Captain  Oct.  1916.  Died  at  The  Curragh,  Ireland,  on  23rd  October 
1917.  PI.  xxxiv. 

HELM,  HENRY  PAUL  DUNDAS  (b.  1894). 

Repton.  O.T.C.  1909-12.  Trinity  College,  Cambridge.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Sept  1914,  Cadet.  3rd  and  2nd  Border 
Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Captain  March  1916.  R.F.C. 
and  Royal  Air  Force,  Wing  Adjutant,  1917.  France  Nov.  1914  to  1916  and  also 
in  1918.  First  Battles  of  Ypres  and  Somme.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919.  Died  at 
Carlisle  on  6th  November  1918.  PI.  XXXIV. 

HELM,  JOHN  HUNTER  (b.  1856). 

Castle  Douglas  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1879-85 ;  M.B.,  CM.  1885. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain.  Killed  in  action  on  26th  June  1916. 

HENDERSON,  ANDREW  HUBERT  MILLIN  (b.  1895). 

St  Mary's  School,  Melrose,  and  Edinburgh  Institution;  Athletics,  ist  Highland 
Cadet  Battn.  Royal  Scots,  1911-13,  Cadet  Sergeant  and  Hon.  Lieut.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1913-14.  i/4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1913.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  on  I2th  July  1915.  PI.  XXXIV. 

HENDERSON,  MICHAEL  WILLIAM  (b.  1871). 

Cargilfield  and  Rugby.  Cadet  Corps,  6th  V.B.  Royal  Warwicks,  Cadet.  Student 
of  Law,  1891-4.  Chartered  Accountant,  1894.  8th  and  loth  Royal  Scots,  2nd 
Lieut.  1890;  Lieut.-Col.  (Retired).  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  gth  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Major  Nov.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on 
25th  September  1915. 

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HENDERSON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1894). 

Ayr  Academy  ;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Mod.  Lang.)  1915  ; 
Carnegie  Travelling  Scholar.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Jan.  1916.  ist  and  I4th  High- 
land Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  France  Dec.  1917.  Killed  in  action 
near  Laventie  on  9th  April  1918.  PL  xxxiv. 

HENDERSON-HAMILTON,  JAMES  CAMPBELL  (b.  1884). 

Glenalmond ;  Shooting  and  Cricket.  Cadet  Corps  1901,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Law,  1902-6 ;  LL.B. ;  Advocate,  1907.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Nov. 
1902  to  June  1906.  9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept  1914; 
Lieut.  France.  Killed  in  action  at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  XXXV. 

HENDRY,  PETER  GEDDES  (b.  1897). 

Berwick  Grammar  School ;  Dux  ;  Athletics.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Dec.  1916  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  April  1917.  France 
Dec.  1917.  Accidentally  killed  near  Arras  on  6th  February  1918.  PL  XXXV. 

HENDRY,  RALPH  WILFRID  (b.  1899). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17.  8th  Royal  Scots,  Pioneer 
Battalion,  Private  April  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  France.  Killed  in  action  in  woods 
near  Epernay  on  23rd  July  1918.  PL  XXXV. 

HENNEY,  HERBERT  NORMAN  (b.  1892). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College ;  Rugby ;  L.D.S.  (Edin.)  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  July  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  26th  Battery,  I7th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915.  France  June  1916;  Somme.  Killed  in  action  at  Monchy-le-Preux 
on  25th  April  1917.  PL  xxxv. 

HERFORD,  BERNARD  HENRY  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Fettes  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-9;  M.A. 
(Hons.  Classics)  1909.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914,  Cadet. 
R.N.  Division,  gth  Royal  Marine  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan. 
1915.  Gallipoli  April  1915.  Wounded  on  2gth  April  and  died  at  Gaba  Tepe 
on  2nd  May  1915.  PL  XXXV. 

HIGGINS,  MATTHEW  THOMSON  (b.  1888). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  1912.  i6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Nov.  1914.  France.  Died  of  wounds  on  7th  July  1916.  PL  XXXV. 

HILL,  JOHN  ROBERTSON  (b.  1890). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1905-8,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1908-13;  M.A.  1911;  LL.B.  (Distinction)  1913.  Cairns 
Bursar  and  Thow  Scholar.  Pres.  S.R.C.  and  Philomathic  Soc.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1909  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant.  3rd  attached  2nd  Durham  Light 
Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  France  Jan.  1915.  Killed 
near  Potijze,  Belgium,  on  2nd  June  1915.  PI-  xxxv. 

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I'l.ATK    XXXIV. 


A.  S.  HARVEY. 


WILLIAM  HAKROWKK. 


.1.  K.  HASTINGS. 


DAVID  HEGGIE. 


THOMAS  HAYHURST. 


A.  M.  \V.  HAWKS. 


H.  P.  D.  HELM. 


\VM.  HENDERSON. 


A.    H.    M.    IlhNDKKSON. 


PLATE   XXXV. 


R.    W.    llENLIKV. 


r.  G. 


J.  C.  HENDERSON-HAMILTON. 


11.  -\.  HENNEV. 


13.  11.  HEKFOKD. 


M.  T.  HIGGLE. 


C.   \V.    IIOMUNSON. 


R.    G.    HhNDSOM. 


J.  R.  HILL. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

HINDSON,  REGINALD  GORDON  (b.  1890). 

Durban  High  School  and  Michaelhouse,  Balgowan,  Natal.  Athletics.  O.T.C. 
Feb.  1904  to  Dec.  1907,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1911  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet;  Champion  Driver.  Native  Rebellion  in 
Natal,  1906.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Died  in  London  on  I3th 
September  1914.  PI.  XXXV 

HOBKINSON,  CHARLES  WILFRED  (b.  1891). 

United  College,  Bradford.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  6th  York  and  Lancaster 
Regiment.  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Died  of  wounds  at  Gallipoli  on  2jrd  August 
1915.  PI.  xxxv. 

HODGSON,  ALFRED  BRUCE  (b.  1899). 

Dollar  Academy;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1916-17.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Aug.  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Flight  Cadet  Jan.  1918. 
Died  in  training  at  I3th  Canadian  General  Hospital,  Hastings,  on  23rd  March 
1918.  PI.  xxxvi. 

HOFMEYR,  NICHOLAS  JACOBUS  (b.  1885). 

B.A.  (Cape).  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  S.A.  Medical 
Corps,  Captain.  German  S.-W.  and  German  E.  Africa  Campaigns,  attached  2nd 
South  African  Horse.  Died  of  dysentery  at  Kondoa-Waugi  in  1916. 

HOLMES,  MATHEW  (b.  1878). 

Waitaki  and  Otago  High  Schools,  N.Z.  Athletics.  Otago  University  (one  year). 
Student  of  Medicine,  1897-1902.  Athletics  ("Blue")  1901.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1905  ;  M.D.  1906.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Major  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  - 
Colonel  Dec.  1916.  Samoa  1914.  A.D.M.S.,  Egypt.  Gallipoli  July  1915.  Sinai. 
No.  I  N.Z.  Field  Amb.,  France  Dec.  1916.  Invalided  to  New  Zealand,  Nov.  1917. 
A.D.M.S.,  Wellington,  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1914.  Died  of  influenza  at  Wel- 
lington on  isth  November  1918.  PI.  XXXVI. 

HOOPER,  ALFRED  OSWALD  (b.  1878). 

Epsom  College  ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1896-1903  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1903.  Royal  Naval  Medical  Service,  Surgeon  1904;  Staff  Surgeon  1912.  Killed 
by  explosion  on  H.M.S.  Natal  on  3Oth  December  1915.  PI.  XXXVI. 

HOPPS,  HUGH  JAMES  (b.  1887). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-11  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Feb.  1911,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon 
Oct.  1913.  H.M.S.  Aboukir,  Aug.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  North  Sea  on  22nd 
September  1914.  PI.  XXXVI. 

HORROX,  HENRY  M.  (b.  1897). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Dec.  1914  to  April  1915,  Cadet.  24th  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1915.  France  June  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  the  Somme  on  2nd  July  1916. 

PI.  xxxvi. 

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HOUNAM,  SAMUEL  WOLVES  (6.  1896). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  Jardine  of  Tholieshope  Bursar. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  April  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  nth  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  Died  on  2nd  June  1918. 

PI.  xxxvi. 

HOUSTON,  JOHN  (/;.   1893). 

Edinburgh     Institution.      Student    of    Science,    1913-14.      3/9th  Royal     Scots 

(Highlanders),  Private  July  1915;    Corporal  April  1917.     France.  Wounded  at 

Roeux   on   23rd    April   and   died    at    General   Military    Hospital,  Boulogne,   on 

3rd  May  1917.  PI.  xxxvi. 

HOUSTON,  WILLIAM  ROBERTSON  (b.  1894). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct 
1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  I2th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Acting  Captain 
Autumn  1915;  Captain  1916.  France  May  1915.  Attached  ist  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on  28th  March  1916.  PI.  XXXVI. 

HOWIE,  JOHN  HENDERSON  (b.  1894). 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1910-13,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Arts  and 
Science,  1913-15.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  3rd  Battalion,  Corporal  July  1915. 
France.  Died  of  gas  poisoning  on  ist  September  1916  near  Messines, 
Belgium.  PI.  xxxvi. 

HUDDLESTONE,  SIDNEY  CHANTLER  (/;.  1887). 

Kendal  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  June  1914,  Lieut.  3rd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1914.  France  Nov.  1914.  Killed  at  La  Bass6e 
on  25th  January  1915.  PI.  xxxvn. 

HUGGAN,  JAMES  LAIDLAW  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Darlington  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1905-11  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  Medical,  March  1911  to  July  1912.  First  XV. 
Edin.  Univ.  and  London  Scottish  and  International  Rugby  for  Scotland. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1912,  attached  3rd  Coldstream  Guards.  France  Aug.  1914. 
Battle  of  Mons.  Dispatches  Oct.  1914.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Aisne  on  i6th 
September  1914.  PI.  xxxvil. 

HUMPHREYS,  ARTHUR  IDWAL  (b.  1892). 

Nelson  School,  Wigton.  Football  and  Swimming.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-13. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  Scottish  Horse,  Private  Sept. 
1914.  R.N.V.R.,  Sub-Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  April  1915.  Gallipoli  Sept.  1915. 
Evacuation  of  Cape  Helles,  Jan.  1916.  Salonika  and  France  May  1916.  Killed 
near  Thiepval  on  5th  February  1917.  PI.  xxxvn. 

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PI.ATF.    XX  XVI. 


A.  B.  HODGSON. 


MATHEW  HOLMES. 


A.  U.  Hooi'hK. 


H.  J.  Hori'3. 


S.  W.  HOUNAM. 


H.  M.  HOKKOX. 


I 


JOHN  HOUSTON. 


W.  R.  HOUSTON. 


J.  H.  HOWIE. 


PLATE   XXXVII. 


J.   L.    HUGGAN. 


A.  I.  HUMPHREYS. 


S.    C.    IlUDDLESTONE. 


G.  A.  HUNTER. 


JOH.N    llUNTEK. 


II.  S.  F.  HUNTER. 


N.  A.  HUNTER. 


R.  G.  HUNTER. 


R.  H.  HUNTER. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

HUNTER,  GEORGE  ARNOLD  (b.  1895). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-12.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1912-14.  "A"  XV.  Scottish  Horse  (Field  Ambulance),  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd 
Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  Egypt  Feb.  1916;  Palestine.  Imperial 
Camel  Corps  (M.G.  Coy.).  Died  at  Port  Said  on  3rd  August  1917.  PI.  XXXVII. 

HUNTER,  HUGH  SWINERTON  FORSYTH  (b.  1896). 

Boroughmuir  School ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov. 
1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  3rd  and  ist  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Gallipoli  Oct.  1915.  France.  Killed  in  action  at 
Beaumont  Hamel  on  2gth  April  1916.  PI.  xxxvii. 

HUNTER,  JOHN  (b.  1897). 

Broxburn  School  and  Bathgate  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  23rd 
Machine-Gun  Coy.,  Private  July  1916;  L/Corporal  Oct.  1916.  France.  Killed 
at  Passchendaele  on  26th  February  1918.  PI.  XXXVII. 

HUNTER,  NORMAN  ARCHBOLD  (b.  1895). 

Berwick  Grammar  School;  Cricket.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  R.A.M.C., 
Private  Oct.  1915  ;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916.  26th  Northumberland  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  France  June  1917.  Killed  near  St  Quentin  on 
3rd  September  1917.  PI.  xxxvii. 

HUNTER,  ROBERT  GIBSON  (b.  1892). 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff,  and  Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Student 
of  Arts  and  Law,  1910-15  ;  M.A.  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  Feb.  1915, 
Cadet  Coy.  Sergeant-Major.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  1916.  France  July  1915.  Killed  at  Roeux  on  23rd  April 
1917-  PI.  xxxvii. 

HUNTER,  ROBERT  HOW  (b.  1889). 

Berwick    Grammar   School.     Student   of  Arts,  1905-8;   M.A.  1908.     2ist  King's 

Royal   Rifle   Corps,    Private   Jan.    1916.  Killed    in   action   in    France   on    i$th 

September  1916.  PI.  XXXVII. 

HUNTER,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  DOBSON  (b.  1897). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  Lieut.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15. 
3rd  attached  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  gth  Division,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1915  ;  Lieut.,  Acting  Captain.  France  Nov.  1916.  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders. 
Wounded  near  Arras  in  Jan.  and  in  July  1917.  Liaison  Officer  1918.  Killed 
near  Ledeghem,  Flanders,  on  ist  October  1918.  PI.  xxxvni. 

HUSBAND,  GEORGE  STAUNTON  (b.  1880). 

Jamaica  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1898-1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904. 
Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain.  D.S.O.  Killed  in  action  on  6th  March  1917. 

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HUSBAND,  JOSEPH  SIM  (6.  1888). 

Grove  Academy,  Broughty  Ferry.  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1913.  loth  Gordon 
Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1914;  Sergeant,  Dec.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915; 
Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ;  Captain  Dec.  1915  ;  Adjutant  June  1916;  Acting  Major  March 
1918  ;  Major  April  1918.  M.G.C.  France.  Dispatches  (Loos)  Sept.  1915,  Jan.  1916 
and  April  1918.  Wounded  on  loth  and  died  on  nth  April  1918.  PI.  XXXVin. 

HUSBAND,  PETER  ROSS  (6.  1886). 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1903-8  ;  M.A.  1908.  Probationer  U.F. 
Church.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  Private  Dec.  1915.  ist  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  1916.  Killed  in  France  on  26th  September  1916. 

PI.  xxxviil. 

HUTCHISON,  THOMAS  (b.  1893). 

Monkton  School  and  Ayr  Academy;  Dux.  M.A.  (Glasg.)  1913.  Student  of 
Divinity,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet,  nth  High- 
land Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Bombing  Officer.  Killed  in  action  on 
2oth  May  1916.  PI.  xxxvm. 

HUTCHISON,  THOMAS  WALTER  (b.  1886). 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Law,  1907-8.  Chartered  Accountant,  1911.  loth 
Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1906;  Lieut.  1908;  Captain  1909.  Died  at  Edinburgh 
as  result  of  an  accident  on  22nd  November  1915.  PI.  xxxvm. 

HUTCHISON,  WILLIAM  MURRAY  (b.  1893). 

Liverpool  Institute.  O.T.C.  four  years,  Cadet  Col.-Sergeant.  Edinburgh  University 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  3rd  attached  ist  Liverpool 
Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  1915  ;  Captain  1916.  France  March  1915. 
M.C.  Mentioned  in  Dispatches,  May  and  Sept.  1915.  Died  of  wounds  in  France 
on  27th  April  1916.  PI.  xxxvm. 

HUTTON,  WALTER  FORBES  (b.  1896). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
April  to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet.  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915.  France  June  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  i6th  July  1916.  PI.  xxxvm. 

HYSLOP,  JAMES  (b.  1856). 

Student  of  Medicine  ;  M.B.,  CM.  1879.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Lieut.-Col. ; 
Colonel  and  D.D.M.S.  D.S.O.  Died  on  service. 

ILES,  CHARLES  COCHRANE  (b.  1886). 

Dunedin  High  School  and  Otago  University,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1912;  D.T.M.  (Liverpool)  1911;  D.P.H.  (Dublin)  1913. 
R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  France  Nov.  1914.  Died  of  wounds  near 
Estaires  on  igth  December  1914.  PI.  xxxvm. 

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PLATE  XXXVIII. 


W.  A.  D.  HUNTER. 


r.  R.  HUSBAND. 


}i  S.  HUSIJAND. 


THOMAS  HUTCHISON. 


WM.  M.  HUTCHISON. 


T.  VV.  HUTCHISON. 


R.  S.  M.  INCH. 


VV.  F.  HUTTON. 


C.  C.  II.ES. 


PLATE   XXXIX. 


.1.  R.  IRELAND. 


ELSIE  M.  INGLIS. 


M.  P.  INGLIS. 


I'..  W.  IRVINE. 


T.  W.  IRVINE. 


R.  C.  IRVINE. 


D.  T.  JACK. 


R.  N.  JERVIS. 


J.  W.  JAKVIS. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

INCH,  ROBERT  STUART  MARK  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914,  Cadet. 
Norfolk  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  France  1916  and  Sept.  1917. 
M.C.  Oct.  1916.  Wounded  Oct.  1916.  Killed  at  Poelcapelle  near  Ypres  on  22nd 
October  1917.  PI.  XXXVIII. 

INGLIS,  ELSIE  MAUD  (b.  1864). 

Charlotte  Square  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  C.M.  1899; 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1892.  Scottish  Women's  Hospitals, 
Founder.  Serbian  Orders  of  the  White  Eagle  V.  with  Swords,  April  1916, 
and  of  St  Sava  III.;  Russian  Order  of  St  George.  Died  on  26th  November 
1917.  PI.  xxxix. 

INGLIS,  MAURICE  PATERSON  (b.  1891). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1910  to  May  1913,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  May 
1913.  Mobilised  Nov.  1914.  France  Feb.  1915.  Captain  1915.  Dispatches. 
Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on  I7th  September  1916.  PI.  XXXIX. 

IRELAND,  JAMES  REGINALD  (b.  1897). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.,  1912-14. 
Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Jan.  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
3rd  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  France. 
Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on  29th  October  1916.  PI.  XXXIX. 

IRELAND,  JOHN  THOMAS  CRAIG  (b.  1872). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity;  M.A.  1891.  Minister, 
U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  Chaplain, 
4th  Class,  1915.  France  Aug.  1915.  Salonika.  Killed  through  the  torpedoing  of 
ship  on  4th  May  1917. 

IRVINE,  EDWARD  WHITE  (b.  1897). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  Aberdeen  Univ.  and  O.T.C. 
Medical,  1915-16.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1916  to  Jan.  1917, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1917.  R.F.A.,  259th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917. 
Killed  in  action  on  27th  March  1918.  PI.  XXXIX. 

IRVINE,  ROBERT  CHARLES  (b.  1885). 

Queen's  College,  Belfast.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-13;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913. 
RA.M.C,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915;  Major  Jan.  1918.  Mesopotamia. 
Attached  Indian  Medical  Service.  Invalided  home  June  1916.  France,  63rd  Field 
Ambulance.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918.  Died  of  influenza  at  Le  Treport  on  loth 
November  1918.  PI.  XXXIX. 

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IRVINE,  THOMAS  WALTER  (b.  1865). 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XV.  and  International  for  five  years.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1883-7;  M.B.,  CM.  1887;  F.R.C.S.  and  D.P.H.  (Dublin)  1906.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  July  1891.  China  1900.  Persian  Frontier  1903-5.  Lieut-Col. 
July  1911.  Chief  Medical  Officer  for  N.W.F.P.  Kaisar-i-Hind,  ist  Class,  1911. 
Died  at  Peshawar  on  26th  January  1919.  PI.  xxxix. 

JACK,  DAVID  TAIT  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  i6th  Royal  Scots, 
L/Corporal  1915.  France  Jan.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  2gth  June  1916. 

PI   XXXIX 

JARVIS,  JAMES  WARDEN  (b.  1891). 

Forfar  Academy.  M. A.  (St  Andrews)  1913.  Hockey  "  Blue."  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1909-13.  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  7th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd 
Lieut  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  Battle  of  Loos  on  25th 
and  died  on  26th  September  1915.  PI.  xxxix. 

JASSINOWSKY,  ABRAHAM  (b.  1889). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1906-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  South  African  Medical  Corps, 
Captain.  German  East  Africa,  1916.  Invalided  to  South  Africa.  Died  at 
Windhuk  in  October  1918. 

JENKINS,  ROBERT  HENRY  CHARLES  (b.  1883). 

Inverness  College  and  Fettes  College.  Student  of  Law,  1905.7.  5th  Canadian 
Infantry,  Private  Aug.  1914.  8th  City  of  London  Regiment  (Post  Office  Rifles), 
2nd  Lieut.  1915.  Died  of  wounds  received  in  action  in  France  1916. 

JENNINGS,  FREDERICK  SINCLAIR  WILLS  (b.  1882). 

St  Paul's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1902-3.  23rd  Western  Mounted  Rifles,  ist 
Canadian  Division,  Private.  France.  Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  on  6th  July  1916. 

JERVIS,  ROBERT  NORRIE  (b.  1889). 

Peebles  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1909-12  ;  B.Sc.  1912.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
March  1910  to  April  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  1914;  Lieut.  1915. 
France  Sept.  1915.  Killed  at  Laventie  on  5th  January  1916.  PI.  xxxix. 

JOHNS,  FREDERICK  NOEL  (b.  1888). 

Wanganui  School  and  Victoria  College,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-14; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1909  to  Jan.  1913,  Cadet.  N.Z.  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  April  1915;  Major  July  1918.  Egypt,  Gallipoli,  and  France. 
M.C.  Jan.  1918.  Killed  in  action  on  25th  August  1918.  PI.  XL. 

JOHNSON,  FREDERICK  MILLER  (b.  1863). 

Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  M.D.  1888.  Australian  Army  Medical 
Corps  (6th  Field  Ambulance)  Australian  Imperial  Force,  Major.  Gallipoli. 
Killed  in  action  in  the  "Lone  Pine "  trenches  on  29th  November  1915.  PI.  XL. 

48 


PLATE   XI.. 


R.  C.  JOHNSON. 


J.  T.  JOHNSTONE. 


F.  N.  JOHNS. 


\V.  S.  JOHNSTON. 


k 

7 


1-'.  M.  JOHNSON. 


G.  \V.  JONES. 


J.  L.  KELLY. 


JOHN  KHLLIE. 


JAMES  KEMP. 


PLATE   XLI. 


J.  t.  KENNEDY. 


M.  A.  KEK. 


ALEX.  KENNEDY. 


J.    B.    KlNCAID. 


G.  S.  KERK. 


A.  D.  KINC.MJJ. 


A.  D.  C.  KING. 


J.    C.    Kl.NMONT. 


R.    F.    KlLl'ATKICK. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

JOHNSON,  RICHARD  COLLING  (6.  1894). 

Darlington  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Science,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  I3th  Durham  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  R.E. 
(Special  Brigade),  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  on  3ist  July  1917.  PI.  XL. 

JOHNSTON,  WILLIAM  SAVILE  (b.  1893). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1909-11.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Jan.  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  7th  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914 ;  Lieut.  1916.  France. 
Wounded  at  Ypres  in  May  1915.  Died  of  wounds  in  German  hands  at  Inchy-en- 
Artois  on  23rd  March  1918.  PI.  XL. 

JOHNSTONE,  JAMES  TAIT  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Oct.  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Border  Regiment,  Lieut.  1915.  Gallipoli,  Suvla 
Bay,  Egypt,  and  France.  Killed  at  Thiepval,  the  Somme,  on  29th  September 
1916.  PI.  XL. 

JOLLY,  JOHN  SPENCER  (b.  1889). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-10;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics) 
1910.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  May  1911,  Cadet.  i6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private;  Sergeant.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  ist  July  1916. 

JONES,  GEORGE  WILLIAM  (b.  1879). 

Morgan  Academy,  Dundee.  Student  of  Arts,  Science,  Law,  and  Divinity,  1897- 
1903;  Cobb  Scholar;  M.A.  1903;  B.Sc.;  LL.B.  R.N.V.R.,  Sub-Lieut.  Royal 
Air  Force,  Lieut,  and  Meteorological  Officer;  Staff  Captain.  Died  of  pneumonia 
in  London  on  4th  November  1918.  PI.  XL. 

KEITH,  GEORGE  ELPHISTONE  (b.  1864). 

Royal  High  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Medicine,  1882-7;  M.B.,  CM.  1887. 
Red  Cross,  M.O.,  iSth  Detachment  City  of  London.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July  1915. 
Died  of  influenza  at  62nd  General  Hospital,  Italy,  on  6th  December  1918. 

KELLIE,  JOHN  (b.  1883). 

Kilmarnock  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1900-4;  M.A.  1904;  B.D. 
Chaplain,  attached  6th  Cameron  Highlanders,  I5th  Division,  May  1915.  Dis- 
patches 1916-17.  Killed  in  action  on  3ist  July  1917.  PI.  XL. 

KELLY,  JOHN  LAWSON  (b.  1894). 

Hurstpierpoint  School.  O.T.C.  for  three  years,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Edinburgh 
University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Lieut.  M.C. 
Killed  in  action  in  France  on  4th  November  1918.  PI.  XL. 

KEMP,  JAMES  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  4th  Royal  Scots,  mobilised 
Aug.  1914,  Private;  L/Corporal  Nov.  1915;  Coy.  Q.M.S.  Egypt  and  Palestine 
Jan.  1916.  Killed  in  action  at  Gaza  on  I9th  April  1917.  PI.  XL. 

49  D 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

KEMP,  JAMES  OGILVIE  (b.  1865). 

Student  of  Law,  1888-1890  and  1894-5;  M.A.  ;  LL.B. ;  Advocate,  1889. 
Q.R.V.B.,  5th  Royal  Scots,  1898,  Captain.  Rejoined  Oct.  1914.  Died  on  I2th 
December  1917. 

KENNEDY,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1893). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14.  i5th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914;  Sergeant,  nth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1917;  Lieut; 
Captain  Oct.  1917.  France.  M.C.  and  Dispatches  Oct.  1917.  Wounded.  Killed 
near  Albert  on  26th  March  1918.  PI.  XLI. 

KENNEDY,  JOHN  EDWIN  (b.  1890). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Hockey.  M.A.  (St  Andrews)  1913.  Student  of  Law, 
Edinburgh  University,  1913-15.  I3th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  8th 
Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  France.  Killed 
at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  XLI. 

KER,  MALCOLM  ALBERT  (b.  1862). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1878-84;  M.B.,  CM.  1884; 
Resident,  R.  I.,  Edinburgh.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut-Col.  Hospital 
Ship  Loyalty,  Aug.  1914.  Invalided  home  Dec.  1914.  Died  in  London  on  24th 
February  1915.  PI.  XLI. 

KERR,  GEORGE  STANLEY  (b.  1897). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  5th 
and  I3th  Royal  Scots,  Private.  France  Jan.  1916.  Severely  wounded  at  Battle  of 
the  Ancre,  Nov.  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  22nd  August  1917.  PI.  XLI. 

KILPATRICK,  ROBERT  FYFE  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1910-15.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1915.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  July  1915. 
France  1916.  Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  and  died  at  Rouen  on 
25th  September  1916.  PI.  XLI. 

KINCAID,  ANDREW  DUNCAN  (b.  1898). 

Berwickshire  High  School,  Duns.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet.  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  France  Aug.  1917.  Wounded  and  missing, 
presumed  killed,  at  Equancourt  near  Cambrai  on  22nd  March  1918.  PI.  XLI. 

KINCAID,  JAMES  BROWN  (b.  1890). 

Berwickshire  High  School,  Duns.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-11  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.) 
1911.  Athletics.  6th  Royal  Scots,  1907-14.  I3th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1914;  Lieut.  1916.  France  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Guemappe  near  Arras  on 
23rd  April  1917.  PI.  XLI. 

KING,  ALEXANDER  DUNCAN  CAMPBELL  (b.  1886). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-5.  iSth  Hussars,  Lieut. 
1914.  Died  of  gas  poisoning  at  Hooge,  Flanders,  on  24th  May  1915.  PI.  XLI. 

5° 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

KINMONT,  JOHN  COLLIE  (b.  1895). 

Merchiston  Castle ;  Athletics.  O.T.C.  1908-12.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to  Feb.  1914,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  ist  and  3rd  Cameron 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1913;  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916. 
France  Jan.  1915.  Wounded  at  Bethune,  La  Bassee,  Feb.  1915.  Adjutant,  School 
of  Musketry,  Edinburgh.  A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.  East  Coast  Defences  (two  years). 
Tank  Corps,  March  1917.  France  July  1917.  Killed  at  Gouzeaucourt  on  i8th 
November  1917.  PI.  XLI. 

KIRK,  JAMES  (b.  1873). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  M.A.  (St  Andrews).  Student  of  Divinity  1898-1901. 
Minister,  Church  of  Scotland ;  Chaplain,  2nd  Seaforth  Highlanders  and  7th 
Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  France  1915-18.  Dispatches  April  1916. 
M.C.  June  1917.  Wounded  at  Fampoux  on  the  Scarpe  27th  March  and  died  at 
Wimereux  on  ist  April  1918.  PI.  XLII. 

KIRKLAND,  WILLIAM  HARRISON  CAMERON  (b.  1884). 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  La w,  1 90 1  -4 ;  M.  A.  1 904 ;  LL.  B.  1 907 ;  Advocate, 
1908.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders, 
44th  Highland  Brigade,  i$th  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Captain  Oct.  1914.  France.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Loos  on  25th  September 
1915.  PI.  XLII. 

KIRKPATRICK,  ROBERT  B.     (See  p.  116.) 

KITCHENER,  THE  RIGHT  HON.  EARL  KITCHENER  OF  KHARTOUM. 
LL.D.  1898.     Lord  Rector,  1914-16.    Field-Marshal.     Secretary  of  State  for  War. 
KG.,  K.P.,  G.C.B.,  O.M.,  G.C.M.G.,  G.C.S.I.,  G.C.I.E.     Drowned   by  sinking  of 
H.M.S.  Hampshire  on  5th  June  1916.  PI.  I. 

KUNY,  SIMON  ALEXANDER  (b.  1892). 

Grey  College  and  University,  Bloemfontein.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1911  to  July  1915,  Cadet  Coy.  Sergeant- 
Major.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  July  1916.  France.  Died  of 
influenza  at  Cape  Town  on  I7th  October  1918.  PI.  XLII. 

KYDD,  JOHN  WILLIAM  ALBERT  (b.  1898). 

Llanelly  Bounty  School.  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1916  to  March  1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet.  3rd  attached  igth  Lancashire 
Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  France.  Killed  at  Ypres  on  26th  March  1918. 

PI.  XLII. 

LAIDLAW,  JOHN  LESLIE  (b.  1894). 

Kelso  High  School  and  Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  loth  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  France  Feb.  1916.  Wounded  at  Longueval 
on  the  i6th  and  i7th  and  died  of  wounds  on  2Oth  July  1916.  PI.  XLII. 

51 


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LAING,  GEORGE  (A  1893). 

East    Linton    and    Dunbar   Schools.     Student   of    Arts,    1912-15.  Royal    Scots, 

Private  Feb.  1915.  Scottish  Rifles  (Cameronians),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  Killed 
in  action  on  loth  April  1917.  PI.  XLII. 

LAING,  JAMES  McDOUGALL  (6.  1894). 

Nairn  Academy  and  Allan  Glen's  School,  Glasgow.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  April  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  25th  Battn.  Machine-Gun  Corps, 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  Reported  killed  in  action  on 
23rd  March  1918.  PI.  XLII. 

LAMB,  JOHN  McNAIR  (b.  1899). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1915-16,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Arts,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  Dec.  1917,  Cadet 
Sergeant;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1917.  R.F.A.,  82nd  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 
France.  Killed  in  action  on  4th  November  1918.  PI.  XLII. 

LANDELLS,  THOMAS  BEACH  (b.  1895). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  i5th  Royal  Scots,  Signalling 
Sergeant  Sept.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  ist  July  1916.  PI.  XLII. 

LASCELLES,  ARTHUR  MOORE,   V.C.     (See  p.  754.) 

LATTA,  ALEXANDER  JAMES  JOPP  (b.  1895). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914 
to  April  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  France  June  1915.  Killed 
in  action  on  5th  August  1916.  PI.  XLIII. 

LATTA,  ROBERT  WILLIAM  CAMPBELL  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1907-8.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C., 
Private  Feb.  1916;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1916.  2nd  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1917  ;  Brigade  Intelligence  Officer,  July  1917.  France  May  1917.  Wounded 
on  4th  and  died  at  I4th  General  Hospital  on  22nd  October  1917.  PI.  XLIII. 

LAW,  JOHN  DOUGLAS  (b.  1890). 

Boroughmuir  and  Broughton  Schools.     Student  of  Arts   and    Science,  1909-16; 

M.A.,   B.Sc.    1916.      2nd    Royal   Scots    Fusiliers,   Private    June    1916.  France. 

Killed  at  Battle  of  Arras  near  Cherisy  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  XLIII. 

LAWRENCE,  EDWARD  WILLIAM  (b.  1888). 

Christ's  College,  Brecon;  First  XI.     Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 

1910.      R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;   Captain.  Attached   loth  Welsh  Regiment. 

Killed  in  action  on  loth  July  1916.  PI.  XLIII. 

LAWRENCE,  HENRY  RUTHVEN.     (Seep.  116.) 

LAWSON,  DAVID  (b.  1881). 

Leven  School.     Student  of  Arts;  M.A.  1907.     Schoolmaster.     i6th  Royal  Scots, 

Private  Dec.   1914;  Sergeant.     France.  Missing,  presumed  killed  at   the  Battle 

of  the  Somme  on  ist  July  1916.  PI.  XLIII. 

52 


PLATE   XLII. 


JAMES  KIKK. 


\V.    11.    C.    KlKKLAND. 


S.  A.  KUNV. 


J.    L.    I.A1UI.AW. 


GEOHGE  I.AING. 


j.  W.  A.  KYDD. 


T.  B.  LANDHLLS. 


J.  M'D.  LAING. 


PLATE   XLIII. 


J.  D.  LAW. 


A.  J.  J.  LATTA. 


R.  \V.  C.  LATTA. 


I 


E.  VV.  LAWKENCK. 


I 


J.    L.    I.AWSON. 


G.  M.  LEVACK. 


JOHN  LECKIE. 


}.  VV.  LAWSON. 


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LAWSON,  JOHN  LAWSON  (b.  1882). 

Edinburgh  Academy.      Student  of  Science,  1900-1.      2nd  Seaforth  Highlanders, 

Private    Aug.    1914;    2nd    Lieut.    Oct.    1915.       Battalion  Machine-Gun    Officer. 

France.     Killed  in  action  on   Hth  October   1916.  PI.  XLlli. 


LAWSON,  JOHN  WILSON  (b.  1888). 

Dunning  School  and  Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1908-10.  O.T.C.  May 
to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  Scot  Maxim  Cycle  Corps,  Private  Nov.  1914.  nth  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  4ist 
Divisional  Brigade,  Lieut;  Captain  1916.  M.C.  Jan.  1918.  France.  Killed  in 
action  near  Sapignies  on  24th  March  1918.  PI.  XLlli. 

LECKIE,  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

George  Watson's  College;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-15. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  Dec.  1914  to  July  1915.  ioth  South  Staffordshire  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  56th  Battn.,  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  Nov. 
1916;  Captain  Feb.  1918;  Major  March  1918.  France  July  1916  with  56th 
Division.  The  Somme,  Arras,  third  Battle  of  Ypres,  and  first  Cambrai.  M.C. 
June  1918.  Dispatches  May  1917.  Wounded  four  times.  Died  of  wounds 
received  near  Bullecourt  on  29th  August  1918.  PL  XLlli. 

LEVACK,  GEORGE  MACLEOD  (b.  1891). 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C., 
Captain,  attached  Oxford  and  Bucks  Light  Infantry.  Killed  in  action  on  7th 
October  1916.  PL  XLlli. 

LEWIS,  CHARLES  WILLIAMS  (b.  1880). 

South  African  College,  Cape  Town  ;  B.A.  (Science),  (Cape  University).  Student 
of  Medicine,  1899-1904  and  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S. 
Queen  Mary,  Surgeon.  Killed  in  the  Battle  of  Jutland  on  3ist  May  1916. 

PL  XLIV. 

LIDDLE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1905-11  ;  M.A.  1909. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1912.  Queen's  Edinburgh  Mounted  Rifles,  gih  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  1910;  Lieut.  1913;  Captain  1915.  O.C.  Signals,  I7th  Corps,  R.A., 
and  1  7th  Corps  Signalling  School.  France  Feb.  1915.  Second  Battle  of  Ypres 
and  the  Somme  in  1916.  Died  of  pneumonia  on  27th  September  1918.  PL  XLIV. 

LINDSAY,  DAVID  PATON  (b.  1883). 

Longridge  School.     Student  of  Medicine,  1907-12;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.     R.A.M.C., 

Lieut.  May  1917  ;  Captain  May  1918.     East  Africa,  May  1917.  Died  at  Dar-es- 

Salaam,  East  Africa,  on  2nd  December  1918.  PL  XLIV. 

LINKLATER,  WILLIAM  IRVINE  (b.  1898). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  University  Bursar.  O.T.C.  Edinburgh  University 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet  ;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1917.  R.F.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  France  Sept.  1917.  Killed  at  Martinsart  on  5th  April 
1918.  PL  XLIV. 

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LINTON,  JOHN  KEDDIE  (b.  1893). 

Portobello  School.  Student  of  Science,  1910-12.  2nd  Otago  Infantry  Regiment, 
Private  April  1916.  2nd  An/ac  Corps.  France.  Killed  in  action  in  Flanders, 
on  1 2th  October  1917.  PI.  XLIV. 

LINZELL,  STANLEY  JAMES  (b.  1888). 

The  College,  Bishop's  Stortford,  Herts.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-12  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1912.  Pres.  Royal  Med.  Soc.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Captain  March  1915. 
France  1914.  Attached  R.E.,  2nd  Bridging  Train.  D.A.D.M.S.,  32nd  Division,  Sept. 

1916.  Croix  de  Guerre  March  1917;  M.C.  April  1917.     Wounded  Feb.  1915  and 
March  1917.     Killed  in  action  on  2nd  April  1917.  PI.  XLIV. 

LODGE,  RICHARD  CUTHBERT  (b.  1894). 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-14.  4th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  till  Dec.  1914.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  1915. 
France  April  1916.  Killed  in  action  near  Hargicourt  on  27th  August 

1917.  PI.  XLIV. 

LOGIE,  ALEXANDER  GRAHAM  SPEIRS  (b.  1866). 

Dirleton  School  and  Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Medicine,  1882-7; 
M.B.,  CM.  1887.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain.  Highland  Mounted 
Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Egypt  Nov.  1915  to  July  1916.  ist  Northern  General 
Hospital,  Newcastle,  Jan.  1917,  where  he  died  of  pneumonia  on  ist  February 
1919.  PI.  XLIV. 

LORIMER,  JAMES  BANNERMAN  (b.  1879). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1896-9;  M.A.  1899. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1903.  Pres.,  Dialectic  and  Speculative  Societies.  Univ. 
Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1896-9,  Bombardier.  Queen's  Edin.  Mtd.  Rifles,  1900.  9th 
Royal  Scots,  Corporal  Aug.  1914.  8th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Captain  Feb.  1915.  France  Aug.  1916,  attached  5th  Cameron  Highlanders. 
Killed  at  Roeux  near  Arras  on  3rd  May  1917.  PI.  XLIV. 

LOTHIAN,  NORMAN  BRUCE  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College ;  First  XV.  and  Athletics.  Cadet  Corps  1905-8. 
Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1912.  Pres.,  Diagnostic  Society.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Dec.  1909  to  Feb.  1913,  Cadet.  I5th  and  48th  King's  Canadian  High- 
landers, Private  Sept.  1914.  France  1915.  Died  of  wounds  received  at  Ypres  on 
2ist  May  1915.  PI.  XLV. 

LOW,  ALEXANDER  PETRIE. 

Student  of  Medicine  ;  M.B.,  CM.  1896.  R.A.M.C,  Captain,  attached  7th  Seaforth 
Highlanders.  Killed  in  action  on  I4th  July  1916. 

LOW,  JOHN  JACKSON  (b.  1894). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1912-15.  Donald  Fraser  Bursar.  R.E. 
(Special  Brigade),  Corporal  July  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  France  1915. 
M.M.  July  1916  and  M.C.  Aug.  1916.  Killed  at  Ypres  on  3rd  December 
1917.  PI.  XLV. 

54 


PLATE   XLIV. 


D.  P.  LINDSAY. 


WM.  LIDDLE. 


C.  W.  LEWIS. 


J.    K.    LlNTON. 


WM.    I.    LlNKLATEK. 


J.    B.    LOKIMEE. 


A.  G.  S.  LOG  IE. 


S.   J.    LlNZELL. 


R.  C.  LODGE. 


PLATE   .XLV. 


N.  B.  LOTHIAN. 


J.  J.  Low. 


GEORGE  LOWKIE. 


WM.  LOWSON. 


H.  T.   LuKVN-WlLLlAMS. 


N.  C.  LUCAS. 


G.   11.   LUNAN. 


ROUEKT    LUSK. 


.1.   J.    LVBUKN. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

LOWRIE,  GEORGE  (6.  1895). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  8th,  ist  and  4/Sth  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  July  1915.  France  Dec.  1915  to  July  1916, 
and  Dec.  1917  till  March  1918.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  July  1916.  Killed  in 
action  in  France  on  24th  March  1918.  PI.  XLV. 

LOWSON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1884). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1902-9;  M.A.  1905; 
LL.B.  1908.  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar.  Advocate,  1908.  5th  and  i6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Nov.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  France.  Wounded  near  Beaumont 
Hamel.  Died  of  wounds  on  iyth  November  1916.  PI.  XLV. 

LUCAS,  NORMAN  CAREY  (b.  1893). 

Pietermaritzburg  School  and  University  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science, 
1911-15  ;  M.A.  1913;  B.Sc.  1914.  Carnegie  "  Research  "  Scholar.  Athletics.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Jan.  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  Scottish  Rifles,  attached  Connaught  Rangers 
and  6th  Brigade  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  1915;  Captain.  Gallipoli  and 
Serbia  1915.  Macedonia  1916.  Died  of  wounds  at  Lahana,  Macedonia,  on  2nd 
November  1916.  PI.  XLV. 

LUKYN-WILLIAMS,  HERBERT  TEMPLE  (b.  1886). 

Monkton  Combe  School.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1916.  France.  Died  of  wounds  received  at 
Mericourt-on-Somme  on  26th  March  1918.  PI.  XLV. 

LUNAN,  GEORGE  HAROLD  (b.  1891). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-13;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913. 
O.T.C.  Artillery  1908-13,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.,  attached  9th  Lancers 
Aug.  1914.  France  1914.  Killed  at  Wieltze,  Belgium,  on  I3th  May  1915.  PI.  XLV. 

LUSK,  ROBERT  (b.  1891). 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-12;  M.A.  1912.  4th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Nov.  1915.  Killed  at  Gaza,  Palestine,  on  igth  April  1917.  PL  XLV. 

LYBURN,  JOHN  JARDINE  (b.  1894). 

Glasgow  High  School  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1912-13. 
5th  Dragoon  Guards,  Private  Sept.  1914.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915.  Salonika 
Jan.  1916.  Died  of  dysentery  at  Salonika  on  I3th  October  1916.  PI.  XLV. 

LYELL,  DAVID  (b.  1888). 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1902-7 ;  Cadet  Corporal.  B.A.  (Oxford). 
Student  of  Law,  1911-14;  LL.B.  1914.  Advocate.  7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  on  I2th  July  1915.  PI.  XLVI. 

LYON,  ROBERT  (b.  1891). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  M.A.  (Hons.  Econs.)  (Aberdeen)  191 2.  Student  of  Law, 
1913-14;  LL.B.  (Distinction)  1914.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders  (Aberdeen  Univ.  Coy.) 
four  years,  Sergeant.  5th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Acting  Captain. 
France.  Killed  near  High  Wood  on  the  Somme  on  3Oth  July  1916.  PI.  XLVI. 

55 


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LYON,  WALTER  SCOTT  STUART  (b.  1886). 

Haileybury.  Cadet  Battalion  1902-5.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1909-12  ; 
LL.B.  1912.  Advocate,  gth  Royal  Scots,  April  1910,  Lieut.  Feb.  1913.  Staff 
Captain,  Lothian  Brigade,  1914-15.  France  1915.  Author  of  "Easter  at  Ypres 
1915,  and  other  Poems."  Killed  at  Ypres  on  8th  May  1915.  PI.  XLVI. 

MACALISTER,  GEORGE  HOWDEN  (b.  1891). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  (Hons.  Phil.)  1914. 
15th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  3/5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  attached  /8th 
Machine-Gun  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  Salonika  July  1916.  Missing,  pre- 
sumed killed  on  Salonika  Front  on  24th  August  1916.  PI.  XLVI. 

MACAULAY,  MAXWELL  STANLEY  (b.  1887). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1903-7.  Assoc.  I.M.E. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Salonika. 
G.H.Q.,  Egyptian  Expeditionary  Force.  Killed  in  action  in  Palestine  on 
7th  May  1918.  PI.  XLVI. 

McBAIN,  JOHN  MORTIMER  (b.  1895). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School ;  Dux.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
July  to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet  R.F.A.  attached  23ist  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug. 
1915.  France.  Died  of  wounds  in  German  Field  Hospital  at  Vraucourt,  France, 
on  9th  July  1916.  PL  XLVI. 

McCALLUM,  ROBERT  PAXTON  FORSYTH  (b.  1897). 

Gordon's  College,  Aderdeen,  and  Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Edinburgh  University 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet.  R.F.C.,  Cadet  Sept.  1916;  Flight 
Cadet  Dec.  1917.  Transferred  to  R.N.V.R.  Accidentally  killed  while  flying  in 
the  South  of  England  on  8th  October  1918.  PL  XLVI. 

McCASKIE,  ROY  WHITE  (b.  1890). 

Harris   Academy,    Dundee.     Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.   1914.     R.F.A., 

Gunner   Jan.    1915     i/6th  Seaforth    Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.   July   1915;    Lieut. 

1917.     France.     M.C.    Sept.    1917;    Bar   to    M.C.  July    1918.     Died   of    wounds 

received  near  Rheims  on  5th  August  1918.  PL  XLVI. 

McCAW,  HUGH  JOHN  (b.  1885). 

Dunedin  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-11  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911  ;  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon.  Lambeth  Infirmary,  Resident  Surgeon.  Died 
there  of  pneumonia  in  November  1918.  PL  XLVI. 

McCLINTOCK,  LAWSON  TAIT. 

Shrewsbury.  Boating.  Student  of  Medicine  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  Medical  Officer, 
Loddon  and  Hendenham  Red  Cross  Hospital,  1915-18,  and  I72nd  and  342nd 
Brigade,  R.F.A.,  1916-18.  R.A.M.C.  (V).,  Captain  May  1918.  Mention  March 
1919.  Died  of  pneumonia  on  nth  November  1918.  PL  XLVII. 


PLATE  XLVI. 


DAVID  LYELL. 


ROBERT  LYON. 


W.  S.  S.  LYON. 


J.  M.  McBAiN. 


G.  II.  MACALISTEK. 


M.  S.  MACAULAY. 


R.  P.  K  MCCAI.LUM. 


H.  J.  McCAW. 


R.  W.  MCCASKIE. 


PLATE    XL VI I 


PKIMKOSE  MCCONNELL. 


L.   T.   McCUNTOCK. 


WM.  McCoNAoay. 


JOHN  MACDLARMID. 


J.    F.    MCCKEUIE. 


A.  B.  McCKAE. 


M.  D.  MACIKINAI  i). 


MALCOLM  MACDONAI.D. 
(A.  &  S.  Highlanders.) 


J.    M.    MACLiONALD. 


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M'CONAGHY,  WILLIAM  (6.  1881). 

United  Services  College,  Westward  Ho ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1899-1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1905;  Captain  1909;  Major; 
Lieut-Colonel.  France  Aug.  1914.  Severely  wounded  Aug.  1914.  Egypt  and 
Arabia.  Dispatches.  D.S.O.  1918;  Order  of  the  Nile  1918.  Died  at  Tor, 
Arabia,  on  4th  July  1918.  PL  XLVII. 

McCONNELL,  PRIMROSE  (b.  1890). 

Loughton  School.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914,  Steven  Scholar. 
R.F.A.,  joist  Brigade,  Gunner  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut. 
Feb.  1916;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  1917;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  Macedonia. 
Dispatches  Oct.  1917  and  Nov.  1918.  M.C.  June  1918.  Killed  in  action  on 
Salonika  Front  on  i8th  September  1918.  PI.  XLVII. 

McCORMACK,  JOHN  SIDES  DAVIES. 

Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.);  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1894.  Royal 
Navy,  H.M.S.  Black  Prince,  Surgeon.  Killed  in  action  at  Battle  of  Jutland 
on  3ist  May  1916. 

McCRAE,  ANDREW  BOWIE  (b.  1886). 

High  School,  Dundee;  Football.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1909-11;  M.A. 
LL.B.  1911;  Law  Agent.  2nd  Lovat  Scouts,  Private  Oct.  1914;  Sergeant. 
Died  of  wounds  at  Gallipoli  on  I7th  November  1915.  PL  XLVII. 

McCREDIE,  JOHN  FORREST  (b.  1896). 

High  School,  Stranraer ;  Swimming.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.,  Oct.  1915,  Cadet;  Cadet  Corporal  1916.  Machine-Gun  Corps, 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916.  France.  Missing,  presumed  killed  at  Villers-Guislain, 
Cambrai,  on  joth  November  1917.  PL  XLVII. 

MACDIARMID,  JOHN  (b.  1885). 

George    Watson's    College.     Student  of    Medicine,    1902-7 ;    M.B.,   Ch.B.    1907. 

N.Z.    Medical   Corps,  Captain    1916.  Died   of  appendicitis  at  Wellington,  N.Z., 

on  1 8th  March  1917.  PL  XLVII. 

MACDONALD,  JOHN  MELLIS  (b.  1892). 

Fettes  College.  O.T.C.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1911 
to  June  1913,  Cadet;  June  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Lieut,  ist  Scottish  Rifles 
(Cameronians),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain.  France  Oct.  1914, 
attached  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers.  First  Battle  of  Ypres.  France  1915  with 
ist  Scottish  Rifles.  Killed  at  High  Wood  on  the  Somme  on  2oth  July 
1916.  PL  XLVII. 

MACDONALD,  MALCOLM  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  roth  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut ;  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  on  the  Salonika 
Front  on  loth  October  1916. 

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MACDONALD,  MALCOLM  (b.  1897). 

Carlisle  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders,  Private.  Killed  in  action  on  I3th  October  1916.  PI.  XLVII. 

MACDONALD,  MURDOCH  DONALD  (b.  1888). 

Aird  School,  Stornoway,  and  Provincial  Training  College,  Glasgow.  Student 
of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  Killed  in  action  on  igth  July  1916. 

PI.  XLVII. 

MACDONALD,  RODERICK  OSWALD  CORDEROY  (b.  1893). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-13.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1911  to 
Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut. 
Dec.  1916.  R.F.C.,  Observer,  March  1917;  Captain  July  1918.  Gallipoli,  France, 
and  Egypt.  M.C.  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  Aug.  1916.  Dispatches  June  1917. 
Killed  in  flying  accident  at  Dover  on  roth  August  1918.  PI.  XLVIII. 

MACDONALD  BROWN,  IAN  (b.  1888). 

St  Paul's  School,  London ;  Athletics.  O.T.C.  two  years.  B.A.  (Science  Tripos), 
(Camb.) ;  M.A.  1913.  Student  of  Medicine  ;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  and  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.) 
1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1915.  Gallipoli  1915-16. 
France,  attached  R.F.A.,  Sept.  1916.  Killed  in  action  near  Ypres  on  i5th 
November  1916.  PI.  XLVIII. 

MCELNEY,  ROBERT  GERALD  (b.  1892). 

Campbell  College,  Belfast.  O.T.C.  1908-10,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1910-11.  B.A.,  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Belfast).  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1913;  Captain 
1917.  France,  25th  and  5ist  Divisions.  M.C.  at  Battle  of  the  Somme,  Oct.  1916. 
Killed  in  action  near  Grevillers  on  2ist  March  1918.  PL  XLVIII. 

McEWAN,  GEORGE  CAMERON  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Sept.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet  Sergeant.  loth  attached  7th  Seaforth  High- 
landers, 2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  France  Aug.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  9th  April 
1917.  PI.  XLVIII. 

McEWAN,  JAMES  ARCHIBALD  (b.  1891). 

Royal  High  School ;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-16.  Treasurer,  Philomathic 
Society.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Signaller  Feb.  1916.  France.  Missing,  presumed 
killed,  on  2ist  March  1918.  PI.  XLVIII. 

McEWEN,  DAVID  CAMPBELL  (b.  1885). 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Radley  College.  Student  of  Law,  1905-8.  Rowing. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1910.  3/9th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  France 
Aug.  1916;  Somme  and  Beaumont  Hamel.  Wounded  at  Vimy  Ridge,  Battle 
of  Arras,  on  gth  and  died  at  Aubigny  on  loth  April  1917.  PI.  XLVIII. 

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PLATE  XLVHI. 


R.  O.  C.  MACDON/M.D. 


I.  MACDONALD  BROWN. 


R.  G.  McKi-NEY. 


J.  A.  McEwAN. 


G.  C.  iMcEwAN. 


l.\.\  MACFAKI.AME. 


C.   J.    B.    MCGEOKGE. 


W.    R.   K.    MAi:GlLLlVRAY. 


PLATE    XI. IX. 


J.  G.  MACINUOE. 


R.  A.  M.  MACGKEGOK. 


E.   J.    11.    MAClLDOWIE. 


JOHN  MclNTosH. 


R.  R.  MclNTosH. 


D.  J.  MACIVEK. 


W.  R.  B.  McjANNET. 


KENNETH  MC!VEK. 


J.    N.    MclVEK. 


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MACFARLANE,  ALEXANDER  NELSON  (b.  1870). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1887-91  ;  M.A.  1891.  South  African 
Infantry,  Private.  Killed  in  action  in  German  East  Africa  in  July  1916. 

MACFARLANE,  IAN  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  Aug.  1911,  Cadet.  Medical  Missionary,  Nazareth. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916.  France  and  Egypt.  Died  of 
typhus  at  Kantara,  Egypt,  on  i8th  July  1917.  PI.  XLVIII. 

McGEORGE,  CHARLES  JAMES  BERTRAM  (b.  1897). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915 
to  July  1916,  Cadet.  2nd  Honourable  Artillery  Company,  Private  Feb.  1917. 
Killed  in  action  in  France  on  7th  October  1917.  PI.  XLVIII. 

MACGILLIVRAY,  WILLIAM  R.  K.  (b.  1896). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness;  Football.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-17.  ist 
Scottish  Rifles  (Cameronians),  Private  Aug.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on 
ist  February  1917.  PI.  XLVIII. 

MACGREGOR,  RALPH  A.  MONTGOMERIE  (b.  1897). 

Tollington  School,  London.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Feb.  to  July  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  July  1916.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916; 
Lieut.  April  1918.  France,  wounded.  Killed  in  action  on  26th  September 
1918.  PI.  XLIX. 

MACILDOWIE,  EDWARD  JOHN  HOWARD  (b.  1891). 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1912;  B.D. 
(Glasg.).  9th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  France  July  1916.  Killed  at 
the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on  ist  November  1916.  PI.  XLIX. 

MACINDOE,  JAMES  GRAY  (b.  1869). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1887-92;  M.B.,  C.M.  1892. 
6th  Devonshire  Regiment,  Captain  1900.  Transferred  to  R.A.M.C. ;  Major  Sept. 

1915.  Invalided    out    of    the     Army    in     Sept.     and    died    on    5th    October 

1916.  PI.  XLIX. 

McINTOSH,  JOHN  (b.  1893). 

Hillhead  High  School,  Glasgow.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
June  to  Dec.  1916;  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916.  R.G.A.,  North 
Scottish,  attached  2i7th  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  France.  Killed 
at  Vieille  Chapelle  on  gth  April  1918.  PI.  XLIX. 

McINTOSH,  ROBERT  RAE  (b.  1888). 

Dollar  Institution.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-9,  and  Law,  1913-14;  M.A.  1908. 
President,  Diagnostic  Society.  Editor,  The  Student.  3rd  and  ist  Cameron  High- 
landers, 2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Lieut.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  24th  April 
1915-  PI.  XLIX. 

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MACINTYRE,  PAT.  B.  (b.  1885). 

Inverness  and  Edinburgh  Institutions.  Student  of  Science,  1902.  Seaforth  High- 
landers, Captain.  Brigade  Transport  Officer.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  France. 
Dispatches  Sept.  1916  and  April  1917.  Killed  at  Ypres  on  3rd  August  1917. 

PI.  xcni. 

MAC1VER,  DONALD  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

Nicolson  Institute,  Stornoway.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-13.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Jan.  to  April  1915,  Cadet.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915. 
Died  of  wounds  on  I4th  October  1915.  PI.  XLIX. 

McIVER,  JAMES  NOBLE  (b.  1894). 

Elgin  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  ;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan. 
to  April  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  April  1915.  8th  Royal  Scots,  2nd 
Lieut.  1916.  France.  Attached  gth  Gordon  Highlanders,  Jan.  1917.  Killed 
in  action  at  Ypres  on  25th  August  1917.  PI.  XLIX. 

McIVER,  KENNETH  (b.  1882). 

Aberdeen    Grammar   School.     Student   of   Arts,    1901-4;  M.A.    1904.     Seaforth 

Highlanders,  Private  Oct.   1914 ;  Sergeant.     8th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Captain. 

France  1917.     Killed  in  action  on  27th  March  1918.  PI.  XLIX. 

McJANNET,  WILLIAM  ROBERT  BENNY  (b.  1886). 

Glenalmond.  'B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1907-10;  LL.B.  1910.  Writer 
to  the  Signet,  1910.  7th  and  loth  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1914; 
Captain  Jan.  1915.  France  June  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  I5th  July 
1916.  PI.  XLIX. 

MACKAY,  ALEXANDER  KINNISON  (b.  1894). 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  i5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914. 
I3th  attached  I5th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  France 
Feb.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  I3th  March  1916.  PL  L. 

MACKAY,  ARNOLD  LANGLEY  (b.  1891). 

Fettes  College ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-13;  M.A.  1913.  Schoolmaster. 
Royal  Fusiliers  (Public  Schools  Battn.),  Private  Sept.  1914.  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  Foreign  service  May  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on 
3  ist  October  1916. 

MACKAY,  IAN  (b.  1883). 

Inverness  College  and  Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1904-6. 
Law  Agent,  1907.  4th  and  6th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Lieut.  March  1913; 
Captain  Aug.  1915;  Major  Feb.  1918.  France  1914-16  with  7th  Division  at 
Neuve  Chapelle,  Festubert,  Givenchy,  Aubers  Ridge  and  Loos.  France  1917-18. 
Dispatches  April  1918.  Wounded  March  1918.  Killed  at  Arras  on  28th 
March  1918.  PL  L. 

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PLATE   L. 


.1.  A.  C.  MACKAY. 


IAN  MACKAY. 


A.  K.  MACKAY. 


ALASTAIR  MACKINNON. 


P.  K.  MACKENNA. 


N.  N.  MACKAY. 


T.  S.  MACK  IE. 


G.  A.  MACKENZIE. 


JAMES  MACKENZIK. 


I'l.ATK    LI. 


A.  C.  MACKENZIE. 


JOHN 
(Royal  Garrison  Artillery.) 


JOHN  MACKENZIE. 
(S.R.  and  R.F.C.) 


D.  K.  MACKENZIE. 


J.  A.  MACKENZIE. 


JOHN  MACKENZIE. 
(S.R.  and  Northd.  Fus.) 


If 


KENNETH  MACKENZIE. 


WM.  McKENZiE. 


J.  B.  MCKENZIE. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

MACK  AY,  JAMES  ALASTAIR  CULBARD  (6.  1891). 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  6th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private 
1908;  Sergeant  1913;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain 
May  1915.  France.  M.C.  May  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on  22nd  July  1916. 

PI.  L. 

MACKAY,  JOHN.    (See  p.  116.) 

MACKAY,  NORMAN  NICOLSON  (6.  1886). 

Glasgow  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-12.  2/6th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Private  March  1916.  Wounded  on  2oth  Oct.  and  died  at  Glasgow  on  25th 
November  1916.  PI.  L. 

MACKENNA,  PETER  FRASER  (b.  1862). 

Dumbarton  Academy.  Student  of  Law;  LL.B.  1888.  Procurator  Fiscal.  3/5th 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Major  April  1915.  O.C.  Depot.  Died  on  26th  November 
1918.  PI.  L. 

MACKENZIE,  ALICK  CAMPBELL  (6.  1889). 

George  Heriot's  School  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1907-11  ;  M.A.  1911  ;  B.Sc. 
1912.  Australian  Forces  (Infantry),  Sergeant  June  1916.  France  Oct.  1917. 
Killed  in  action  in  France  on  5th  April  1918.  PL  LI. 

MACKENZIE,  DAVID  FERGUSON  (b.  1869). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.     Student   of  Law,  1895-7.  Solicitor.     4th 

Cameron    Highlanders,  2nd    Lieut.   1905 ;    Lieut. ;   Captain  Aug.  1914.     France, 

Neuve  Chapelle.     Killed  at  Battle  of  Festubert  in  May  1915.  PI.  LI. 

MACKENZIE,  GEORGE  ARTHUR  (b.  1891). 

Tain  Royal  Academy  and  Fettes  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine, 
1908-12;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  1909  to  Feb.  1912, 
Cadet.  3rd,  8th  and  nth  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1914;  Corporal; 
Sergeant;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  France  May  1915.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of 
Loos  near  Haisnes  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  L. 

McKENZIE,  JAMES  (b.  1892). 

Wallace  Hall  Academy,  Dumfries.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Mor.  Phil.)  1914.  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar  and  Lanfine  Bursar.  Cambridge 
University  O.T.C.  Oct.  to  Nov.  1914.  loth  and  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  France  Oct.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  3Oth  October 
1915.  PL  L. 

MACKENZIE,  JOHN  (b.  1886). 

Swiney  and  Lybster  Schools;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-7;  M.A.  1907. 
1 3th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  191$;  Lieut.  May  1916.  8th  Northumberland 
Fusiliers.  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  France.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on 
26th  September  1916.  PL  Li. 

6! 


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MACKENZIE,  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

Greenock  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1907-10.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Jan.  1911  to  June  1914,  Cadet.  6th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1914. 
4th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  Transferred  to  R.F.C.,  July  1916. 
Missing,  presumed  killed  in  action,  December  1917.  PI.  Li. 

MACKENZIE,  JOHN  (b.  1893). 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  (Hons.  Maths,  and 
Nat.  Phil.)  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  July  1916,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer 
Cadet  July  1916.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  I  ith  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  France 
Nov.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  28th  October  1917.  PI.  LI. 

MACKENZIE,  JOHN  ALEXANDER  (&  1893). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain  March 
1917.  France  Sept.  1916.  M.C.  April  1918.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on  loth 
April  1918.  PI-  LI- 

McKENZIE,  JOHN  BANNERMAN  (b.  1893). 

Boroughmuir  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14.  6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  1911.  i/4th  Royal  Scots,  L/Corporal ;  Corporal  April  1915.  Wounded. 
Killed  in  action  in  Gallipoli  on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  LI. 

MACKENZIE,  KENNETH  (b.  1882). 

Fettes  College ;  Balliol  College,  Oxford.  Student  of  Law,  1905-9.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1909.  7th  and  9th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  1915.  France. 
Albert  Medal.  Killed  at  Heninel  near  Arras  on  27th  August  1918.  PI.  LI. 

MACKENZIE,  LYNEDOCH  ARCHIBALD  (b.  1885). 

Loretto.  Student  of  Science,  1903-9;  B-Sc.  1909.  A.M.I.C.E.  Hockey 
International.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots.  R.E.,  ist  Field  Coy.,  E.  Lanes.,  2nd  Lieut. 
1912  ;  Captain  June  1915.  Gallipoli.  Died  of  wounds  on  igth  October  1915. 

McKENZIE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1896). 

Dumfries   Academy.     Student   of  Arts,    1914-16.     I5th   Argyll   and    Sutherland 

Highlanders,   Private   Nov.    1915.  Killed   at  the  Battle   of  the  Somme  on  I2th 

October  1916.  PI.  LI. 

MACKIE,  THOMSON  SINCLAIR  (b.  1886). 

Inverness  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1906-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Econ.  Sc.)  1910.  1 5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  3rd  North  Staffordshire 
Regiment,  Lieut.  May  1915.  Killed  inaction  on  i8th  November  1916.  PI.  L. 

MACKINNON,  ALASTAIR  (b.  1895). 

Fettes  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1912-14,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student 
of  Arts,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  attached  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Lieut.  France  Aug.  1915.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on  I4th  October 
1916.  PI.  L. 

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MACKINNON,  LACHLAN  (b.  1891). 

Tobermory  and  Kingussie  Schools.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1909-15; 
M.A.  1915.  8th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  in  June  1916. 

MACKINTOSH,  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School ;  First  XV.  M.A.,  Aberdeen.  Student  of  Law, 
1912-1914;  LL.B.  1914.  4th  Gordon'  Highlanders  1910-13.  6th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  July  1916. 
France  June  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  and  June  1918.  Wounded  at  Flesquieres 
near  Cambrai  Nov.  1917.  Killed  at  St  Imoges  near  Epernay  on  23rd  July 
1918.  PI.  Lll. 

MACKNIGHT,  DUNDAS  SIMPSON  (b.  1875). 

Whitburn  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  South  African  Campaign ;  Surgeon  1900. 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Feb.  1915;  H.M.  Ships  Whitby  Abbey,  Ajax,  and  Britannia. 
Gallipoli,  Mediterranean,  North  Sea,  and  Atlantic.  Killed  by  the  torpedoing  of 
H.M.S.  Britannia  off  Gibraltar  on  9th  November  1918.  PI.  LII. 

MACLAGAN  WEDDERBURN,  ROBERT  HAMILTON  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College.  Swimming.  O.T.C.  1908-11,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
Student  of  Arts,  1911-14;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1911  to  Aug.  1914, 
Cadet  Corporal.  3rd  attached  1st  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  France 
1914.  Killed  near  Bois  Grenier,  Armentieres,  on  3rd  February  1915.  PI.  LII. 

MCLAREN,  ARTHUR  DUNCAN  (b.  1885). 

Brighton  House,  Oldham.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  I5th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Dec.  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action  near  Arras  on  gth  April  1917. 

PI.  LII. 
MACLAREN,  JOHN  FRANCIS  (b.  1893). 

Boroughmuir  School.     Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.     O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  Aug. 

1914,  Cadet.     4th  Cameron   Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;   Captain  Aug. 

1915.  France.     Killed  in  action  at  Loos  on  28th  September  1915.  PI.  LII. 

MCLAREN,  THOMAS  JAMES  (b.  1895). 

Dollar  Institution.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to 
March  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  France.  Killed  near 
Brabant  Farm,  Brielen,  Ypres,  on  26th  January  1916.  PI.  LI  I. 

MCLEAN,  RAYMOND  ALASTAIR  (b.  1893). 

Brighton  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1911-16;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Ment.  Phil.)  1915.  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar  and  MacLean  Bursar.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Feb.  1913  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  3rd  and  6th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Killed  in  action  on  I3th  November  1916.  PI.  LII. 

MCLEAN,  ROBERT  (b.  1889). 

Nairn  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1910-13;  B.Sc.  1913.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
1910  to  Dec.  1913,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Engineer,  N.  Nigeria.  R.E.,  Guards 
Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915.  France  Oct.  1915.  Killed  at  Ypres  on  nth 
July  1916.  PI.  LII. 

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MCLEAN,  ROBERT  DRYSDALE  (&  1898). 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Edinburgh  Uni- 
versity O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer 
Cadet  Feb.  1917.  R.F.A.  and  Royal  Flying  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917. 
France  July  1917.  Killed  near  the  Ypres-Poperinghe  Road  on  26th  October 
1917.  PI.  Lll. 

MACLENNAN,  RODERICK  (b.  1890). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Law,  1910-13.  Apprentice  Chartered 
Accountant,  gth  Royal  Scots,  L/Corporal  Aug.  1914.  France.  Died  of  wounds 
near  Ypres  on  gth  May  1915.  PI.  LIU. 

McLEOD,  DOUGLAS  KEITH  (b.  1898). 

St  Paul's  School,  Darjeeling,  and  George  Watson's  College.  Edinburgh  University 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  June  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  June  1917.  R.F.A., 
2nd  Lieut  Dec.  1917.  France  Jan.  1918.  Wounded  near  Bohain  on  i8th  and 
died  at  Rouen  on  2ist  October  1918. 

MACLEOD,  ION  KEITH-FALCONER  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1914.  Resident,  Edinburgh  Infirmary.  5th  Gordon  Highlanders,  1908-12. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1916.  France  1915  to  1918  with 
the  75th  Field  Ambulance.  Killed  at  Reninghelst  on  27th  April  1918.  PI.  Lin. 

MACLEOD,  VICTOR  CHARLES  AUGUSTUS  (b.  1895). 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1911-13.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Dec.  1913  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  loth  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917.  Egypt  Jan.  1916.  Wounded  May  1917.  Killed  in  action 
near  Gaza,  Palestine,  on  i8th  July  1917.  PL  LIII. 

MACMILLAN,  CAMERON  (b.  1880). 

Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet.  loth 
attached  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1916.  Wounded  1916. 
Killed  in  action  on  22nd  August  1917. 

McMURRAY,  JOHN  (b.  1873). 

Ewart  High  School,  Newton  Stewart ;  Dux.  Student  of  Law.  Galloway  Rifles 
and  ist  Queen's  Edinburgh.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914 ;  Coy.  Q.M.S., 
Feb.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut;  Captain.  France.  Killed  at 
Passchendaele  I2th  October  1917.  PI.  LIII. 

MACNAB,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1898). 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1912-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Edinburgh  University 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  March  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March  1917. 
R.F.A.  (S.R),  i86th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917.  Gassed  at  Passchendaele 
Ridge  Nov.  1917.  Killed  near  Cambrai  on  24th  October  1918.  PI.  LIII. 

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PLATE   LI  I. 


R.  II.  MACLAGAN-WEDDEKBUKN.  D.  S.  IMACKNICHT. 


JOHN  MACKINTOSH. 


T.  J.  MCLAREN. 


R.  D.  MCLEAN. 


R.  A.  McLEAN. 


J.  F.  MACLAKEN. 


A.  D.  MCLAREN. 


ROBERT  MCLEAN. 


PLATE   1. 1 II. 


I.  K.-K.  MACLEOD. 


RODERICK  MACLENNAN. 


V.  C.  A.  MACLEOD. 


ANGUS  MACNAB. 


JOHN  McMuKRAY. 


ROBERT  McN'AE. 


A.  D.  McPHEE. 


J.  P.  McNicoL. 


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MACNAB,  ANGUS  (b.  1875). 

High  School,  Invercargill.  B.A.,  B.Sc.  (Otago,  N.Z.).  Student  of  Medicine, 
1895-1901 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  South  African  Campaign,  1901. 
R.A.M.C.,  attached  London  Scottish,  Captain  1911.  France  1914.  Killed  at 
Messines  on  ist  November  1914.  PL  LIII. 

McNAE,  ROBERT  (b.  1884). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1909-11.  Chartered  Accountant,  1911. 
2nd  Transvaal  Scottish,  Private  1914.  Liverpool  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. ;  Captain. 
German  South-West  Africa.  France.  Dispatches,  German  South-West  Africa. 
M.C.  (Battle  of  Guillemont)  gth  Aug.  1916.  Killed  near  Ypres  on  loth  October 

1916.  PL  LIII. 

McNICOL,  JAMES  PERCIVAL  (b.  1897). 

Glasgow  Academy.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Aug.  1916, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1916.  4th  and  loth  Argyll  and  Sutherland  High- 
landers, 2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  France  Jan.  1918.  Died  of 
wounds  on  aoth  June  1918.  PL  LI II. 

McPHAIL,  PETER  JOHN  STEWART  (b.  1888). 

Merchiston  Castle.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1911.  Student  of  Law,  1911-15.  Writer  to 
the  Signet.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915;  Lieut.  1917.  France  Jan.  1917.  Wounded  March  1918.  Died  of 
pneumonia  at  Winchester  in  November  1918. 

McPHEE,  ARTHUR  DAVID  (b.  1895). 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1914 
to  July  1915,  Cadet.  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain 

1917.  France    1916   to    May   1918.      M.C.  (the   Somme)    1916.      Died   on    8th 
October  1918.  PL  LIII. 

MACPHERSON,  DONALD  (b.  1886). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1907-12;  B.Sc.  1912;  Steven  and 
Vans  Dunlop  Scholar;  Pres.  Agric.  Soc.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1915  to 
July  1916,  Cadet.  Scottish  Horse,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  Transferred  to  R.F.A., 
Sept.  1917.  France.  Died  in  Seafield  Hospital,  Leith,  on  nth  November  1917, 
of  wounds  received  in  Flanders.  PL  LIV. 

MACPHERSON,  HUGH  BANNERMAN  (b.  1881). 

Kingussie  School.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1912.  Hon.  Artillery 
Coy.,  Private  1914.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  May  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916; 
Lieut.  May  1918.  France.  M.C.  March  1918.  Wounded  Ypres  1915.  Killed 
at  Demicourt  on  27th  September  1918.  PL  LIV. 

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MACPHERSON,  IAN  DONALD  (6.  1892). 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1909-11,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Science, 
1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1911  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  Assistant 
Conservator  of  Forests,  Nigeria,  1915.  West  African  Frontier  Force,  Lieut.  1917. 
Died  at  Edinburgh  of  pneumonia  on  3Oth  March  1918.  PL  LIV  . 

MACPHERSON,  JOHN  COOK  (b.  1886). 

Elgin  Academy.  3rd  Vol.  Battn.  Seaforth  Highlanders,  1902-5,  Private. 
M.A. ;  LL.B.  (Aberdeen).  Student  of  Law,  1910-11.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  ist  attached  3rd  and  nth  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  March 
1915.  France,  Aug.  1915.  Killed  at  Hooge  near  Ypres  on  25th  September 
1915.  PI.  LIV. 

MACPHERSON,  ROBERT  DUNCAN  MEARNS  (b.  1885). 

George  Watson's  College.  4th  Seaforths  (Vol.),  Private  1902-3.  Student  of 
Arts  and  Medicine,  1903-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  Diploma  of  Tropical  Medicine, 

1914.  Athletics.    O.T.C.  Infantry,  1904-6  and  1909-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.    R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Aug.  to    Nov.    1914.     7th    Seaforth    Highlanders,  2nd    Lieut,  (combatant) 
Dec.  1914.     France.     Killed  at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  LIV. 

McPHERSON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1895). 

Helmsdale  School.     Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.     O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to  Aug. 

1915,  Cadet.     R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.     Egypt  Dec.  1915. 
Salonika  and  Balkans,  Nov.  1916.     Killed  in  action  in  Macedonia  on  8th  May 
1917.  PI.  LIV. 

MACRAE,  ALEXANDER  WILLIAM  URQUHART  (b.  1885). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1906.  Mounted  Infantry,  1903-6.  Student 
.  of  Law,  1906-9 ;  LL.B.  1909.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1909.  ist  Queen's  Edinburgh 
Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  1907.  5th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  1910;  Captain  1912.  Gallipoli 
April  1915,  29th  Division.  Egypt  and  France,  1915  to  1918.  Temp.  Major 
April  1916.  Wounded  twice  in  Gallipoli  and  twice  in  France.  Killed  at  Parvillers, 
the  Somme,  on  nth  August  1918.  PI.  LIV. 

MACRAE,  JOSEPH  NIXON  (b.  1899). 

Biggar  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to 
Aug.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  3rd  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1917.  France  Jan.  1918.  Killed  in  a  night  raid  near  Ypres  on  i8th 
February  1918.  PL  LIV. 

MACRAE,  KENNETH  MATHESON  (b.  1890). 

B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Arts,  1907-10;  M.A.  1910.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908 
to  March  1910,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1910.  France  Dec.  1914, 
28th  Brigade,  R.F.A.  M.C.  June  1918.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Killed 
in  action  near  Courtrai  on  ist  November  1918. 

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PLATE   LIV. 


H.  B.  MACPHERSON.  DONALD  MACI'HEKSON.  I.  D.  MACPHEKSON. 


WM.    MCPHEKSON. 


R.  D.  M.  MACPHERSON.  J.  C.  MACPHEKSON. 


P.  C.  MACRAE. 


J.  N.  MACKAE. 


A.  W.  U.  MACKAE. 


PLATE   LV. 


NOKMAN    McRURY. 


H.  H.  MACKOSTY. 


J.  A.  MAIN. 


ALAN  MAIR. 


W.  D.  MAIR. 


1 


W.  A.  MALCOLM. 


J.  A.  MAKSUEN. 


W.  J.  MANSON. 


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MACRAE,  PATRICK  CAMERON  (6.  1889). 

Dalwhinnie  and  Kingussie  Schools.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1907-1$; 
M.A.  1910;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1909  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet; 
Medical,  1914-15.  President  Celtic  Society.  R.A.M.C.,  SOth  Field  Amb.,  Lieut. 
1915;  Captain.  Attached  8oth  and  u6th  Brigades,  R.F.A.  France  1915; 
Salonika  1916.  Invalided  home  Aug.  1916  and  died  at  Dalwhinnie  in  March 
1917.  PI.  LIV. 

MACROSTY,  HENRY  HUGH  (b.  1894). 

Christ's  College,  Blackheath ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Feb.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  53rd  Brigade,  9th  Division, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France.  Dispatches  April  1916. 
Killed  at  Ypres  on  igth  December  1915.  PI.  LV. 

McRURY,  NORMAN  (6.  1890). 

George  Watson's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1909  to 
Oct.  1914,  Cadet  Pipe-Major,  nth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Attached  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers. 
Gallipoli  May  1915.  Killed  in  action  there  on  4th  June  1915.  PI.  LV. 

McVICKER,  JOHN  WILLIAM  (b.  1897). 

Coleraine  Academical  Institution ;  First  XV.  and  Hockey.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1913-15.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  North  Irish  Horse 
Regiment.  I3th  Liverpool  Regiment,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  France  1915.  Killed  in 
action  at  the  Somme  on  I4th  July  1916.  PI.  LV. 

MAIN,  JOHN  ALEXANDER  (b.  1881). 

Linlithgow  Academy.  A.M.I. C.E.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb. 
to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.E.,  278th  Railway  Coy.,  Lieut.  1916.  M.C.  (posthumous). 
Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  on  27th  March  1918.  PI.  LV. 

MAIR,  ALAN  (b.  1897). 

Bonnington     School,    Leith.     Zoology    Laboratory  Attendant.     8/ioth    Gordon 

Highlanders,  Private  July  1916.     France  Dec.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  at  Etaples 

on  29th  April  1917.  PI.  LV. 

MAIR,  WALTER  DAVID  (b.  1885). 

West  Ham  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-11;  M.A.  1911.  Schoolmaster.  4th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  Died  of  wounds  at  Gallipoli  on  I4th  July 
1915.  PI.  LV. 

MALCOLM,  WILLIAM  ABERDEIN  (b.  1861). 

Dundee  Institution.  Student  of  Medicine,  1877-83;  M.B..C.M.  1883.  R.A.M.C. 
1901;  Major  Oct.  1914.  Gallipoli.  Attached  i/uth  London  Regiment.  Died  of 
dysentery  at  Malta  on  3rd  October  1915.  PI.  LV. 

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MANSON,  WILLIAM  JAMES  (b.  1894). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  $th  Royal  Scots,  Private. 
Wounded  at  the  Dardanelles.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  in  June  1915.  PI.  LV. 

MARKS,  HORACE  OWEN  (b.  1889). 

Mudgee  Grammar  School,  N.S.W.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut. 
France.  Killed  near  Albert  on  2gth  October  1916. 

MARSDEN,  JAMES  ALFRED  (b.  1892). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc. 
(Distinction)  1914.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Nov.  1911  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E., 
Lowland  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  April  1916. 
France  Dec.  1914.  Dispatches  June  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  2ist 
April  1918.  PI.  LV. 

MARSHALL,  JOHN  (b.  1887). 

Berwick  Grammar  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-8; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1908.  M'Cosh  Scholar.  House  Surgeon,  Beaufort  War 
Hospital,  Bristol,  July  1915  to  Feb.  1917.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1917.  Lost  at 
sea  on  isth  April  1917.  PI.  LVL 

MARSHALL,  MATTHEW  BAXTER  (b.  1896). 

Bathgate  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Private  Nov.  1915. 
Died  of  wounds  on  6th  April  1917.  PI.  LVL 

MARTIN,  ARTHUR  ANDERSON  (b.  1876). 

Lawrence  High  School,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine,  1894-1900;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
(Hons.)  1900;  M.D. ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1903.  Carlisle  and  Grierson  Scholar. 
South  African  Campaign,  1901-2.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Aug.  1914.  N.Z. 
Medical  Corps,  Major  Feb.  1916.  France  1914-15  and  1916.  The  Marne 
and  Aisne.  I5th  Field  Ambulance;  N.Z.  3rd  Field  Ambulance.  Dispatches 
Jan.  1915  and  1916  (the  Somme).  Wounded  at  Flers  and  died  at  Amiens  on 
1 7th  September  1916.  PI.  LVL 

MARTIN,  JOHN  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  and  Malvern  Colleges;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Law, 
1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain;  M.C.  Foreign  service  1915.  Killed  in 
action  on  9th  April  1917.  PI.  LVL 

MARTIN,  ROSS  (b.  1898). 

George  Watson's  College.  Y.M.C.A.,  Rouen,  1916.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Jan.  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  Medically  rejected,  R.F.C.  in  1917.  Tank 
Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  1917.  Killed  in  action  in  France  August  1918.  PI.  LVL 

68 


PLATE   I.VI. 


A.  A.  MARTIN. 


M.  B.  MARSHALL. 


JOHN  MARSHALL. 


Ross  MARTIN. 


G.  II.  MATHESON. 


JOHN  MARTIN. 


G.  G.  MATHEWSON. 


J.  K.  MATHEWSON. 


J.  M.  MATHESON. 


PLATE   I.VI1. 


ANDREW  MATHISON. 


B.  C.  MATTHEWS. 


JOHN  MAXXVKI.I.. 


WELI.WOOD  MAXWELL. 


J.  J.  MAYBI.N. 


C.  G.  C.  MEISTEK. 


K.  A.  MEI.DKIIM. 


S.   C.   M ELLIS-SMITH. 


J.  IX  I..  MKIKOM. 


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MATHESON,  GEORGE  HUGH  (b.  1893). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-15;  M.A. 
(Hons.  Maths.);  B.Sc.  1915.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
July  1915.  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  Killed  in  action  on 
3rd  December  1917.  PI.  LVI. 

MATHESON,  JAMES  MCDONALD  (b.  1888). 

Edinburgh  Institution;  Dux;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-8.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  1909  to  June  1912,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Glasg.)  1916. 
R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Oct.  1915  to  April  1916,  H.M.S.  Lurcher. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1916;  Captain  1917.  Mesopotamia,  2ist  Indian  General 
Hospital,  1916-17.  France  1917.  Attached  I7th  Middlesex  Regiment.  Killed  in 
action  on  3Oth  November  1917.  PI.  LVI. 

MATHEWSON,  GEORGE  GILLESPIE  (b.  1895). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  France  Sept.  1916. 
Dispatches  April  1918.  Killed  at  Rouvroy  near  St  Quentin  on  27th  March 
1918.  PI.  LVI. 

MATHEWSON,  JAMES  KENNETH  (b.  1897). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  to 
Oct.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  France 
Aug.  1917.  Flanders  April  1918.  Wounded  Sept.  1917.  Killed  at  "Salvation 
Corner,"  Ypres,  on  i4th  September  1918.  PI.  LVI. 

MATHISON,  ANDREW  (b.  1893). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  1915.  9th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  June  1915;  L/Corporal  Dec.  1916.  France,  52nd  Division,  Oct.  1916. 
Died  of  wounds  received  at  Arras  in  May  1917.  PI.  LVII. 

MATTHEWS,  BERTRAM  CASH  (b.  1891). 

Ilminster  Grammar  School.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to 
Aug.  1914,  Cadet,  nth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Killed  in 
action  on  24th  March  1917.  PI.  LVII. 

MAXWELL,  JOHN  (b.  1889). 

Cheltenham.  Student  of  Law,  1910-12.  5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Gallipoli.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  I2th  July  1915.  PI.  LVII. 

MAXWELL,  WELLWOOD  (b.  1890). 

Cargilfield  and  Rugby.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland 
Brigade,  2nd  Lieut,  (five  years).  Artists'  Rifles,  1915.  2oth  London  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  France  March  1916.  Died  of  wounds  at  High  Wood,  near 
Flers  on  the  Somme,  on  i6th  September  1916.  PI.  LVII. 

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MAYBIN,  JAMES  JOHNSTONE  (b.  1887). 

Ayr  Academy;    First  XV.  and    XI.     Student  of  Arts,   1905-10;  M.A.  (Hons. 

Classics)    1910.     First    XV.     Schoolmaster.     9th,    i4th    and    nth  Royal   Scots, 

Private  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  July  1916.     France  1915.     Battle 

of  Loos.     Killed  at  the  Somme  on  I4th  July  1916.  PI.  LVII. 

MEISTER,  CHARLES  GUSTAVE  CLARK  (b.  1883). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-10;  M.A.  1910.  Minister, 
Episcopal  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  attached  7th  Seaforths  and  loth  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Nov.  1915.  France  Nov.  1915.  Dispatches  1916. 
M.C.  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  i8th  April  1918.  PI.  LVII. 

MELDRUM,  ERNEST  ALEXANDER  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1906-9,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Edinburgh 
University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1909  to  Feb.  1912,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Surma 
Valley  Light  Horse,  Assam.  2/8th  Gurkha  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  France 
May  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  LVII. 

MELLIS-SMITH,  SAMUEL  GRANT  (b.  1886). 

Fettes  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-9;  M.A.  1909.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1908  to  Aug.  1909,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Indian  Army  Reserve  of  Officers. 
4th  Gurkha  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  1914  ;  Lieut.  1916.  France,  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and 
Mesopotamia.  Killed  near  Kut  on  nth  February  1917.  PI.  LVII. 

MELROSE,  JAMES  DOUGLAS  LEITCH  (b.  1884). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1904-8.  Writer  ;to  the  Signet,  1909. 
R.G.A.  (T.)  Forth,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1913;  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  June  1916; 
Major  March  1917.  France  Aug.  1916.  Wounded  at  Kemmel  Hill  and  died  at 
Boeschepe  near  Ypres  on  25th  April  1918.  PI.  LVII. 

MELVILLE,  HARRY  GEORGE  (b.  1869). 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1884-90;  M.B.,  C.M.  1890; 
M.D.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1900.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1892;  Lieut- 
Colonel  1912;  Temp.  Colonel  Aug.  1918.  Waziristan,  1894-5;  Punjab  Frontier 
and  Tirah,  1897-8.  Mesopotamia  Exp.  Force,  1916-18.  C.I.E.  Dispatches 
Aug.  1918  and  Feb.  1919.  Died  at  Baghdad  on  7th  December  1918.  PI.  LVIII. 

MENZIES,  ARTHUR  JOHN  ALEXANDER  (b.  1886). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1905-12;  M.A.  1908; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Dec.  1909,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Captain  March  1915;  D.A.D.M.S.,  May  1917;  Lieut-Col.  Feb. 
1918.  France  Oct.  1914  with  3rd  Cavalry  Division,  attached  1st  Royal  Dragoons. 
Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  D.S.O.  Oct.  1915  (Battle  of  Loos).  Killed  in 
action  in  France  on  9th  August  1918.  PI.  LVIII. 

7° 


PLATE   LVIII. 


G.  R.  MILL. 


H.  G.  MELVILLE. 


A.  J.  A.  MENZIES. 


J.   R.   MlDULETON. 


G.    H.    M1DDLETON. 


A.   S.    MllJDLETON. 


J.  D.  MILL. 


GEORGE  MILLAR. 


G.  I.  MILLAR. 


PLATE   LIX. 


A.  1.  MILLER. 


H.  W.  W.  MILLER. 


JAMES  MILLAR. 


J.  h.  B.  MILLER. 


MAURICE  MILLER. 


ERIC  MILROV. 


J.  R.  MILNE. 


J.  \V.  MH.NK. 


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MIDDLETON,  ALEXANDER  SAMUEL  ((>.  1890). 

Natal  and  Edinburgh  Academies.  Student  of  Science,  1909-10.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
May  1910  to  May  1911.  Scottish  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914;  L/Corporal.  3rd 
attached  1st  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  France  1915.  Died 
on  3Oth  September  1915  at  Rouen  of  wounds  received  at  the  Battle  of 
Loos.  PI.  LVIII. 

MIDDLETON,  GEORGE  HILTON  (b.  1893). 

Natal  and  Edinburgh  Academies.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14  and  1916-18; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Bombardier. 
R.F.A.,  2nd  Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  1915.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  France  1915-16.  Russia  1919.  Killed  in  action  in  Northern 
Russia  on  roth  August  1919.  PI.  LVIII. 

MIDDLETON,  JAMES  RUSSELL  (b.  1883). 

Natal  and  Edinburgh  Academies.  Student  of  Science,  1905-6.  Lord  Strathcona's 
Horse,  Trooper  Aug.  1914;  L/Corporal.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
1915.  R.F.C.,  Flight  Lieut.  1916.  France.  Forced  landing  in  German 
lines.  Severely  wounded;  died  in  Mulheim  am  Ruhr  Hospital  on  2ist  June 
1917.  PI.  LVIII. 

MILL,  GEORGE  ROBERTSON  (b.  1880). 

Arbroath  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1896-1901  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901 ; 
M.D.  1905.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon  April  1909;  Staff  Surgeon  April  1917.  Hospital 
Ships  Carisbrooke  Castle,  Rewa,  at  Dardanelles  from  June  to  evacuation  1915,  and 
Patrol  1916.  Died  on  nth  February  1918.  PI.  LVIII. 

MILL,  JAMES  DRYSDALE  (b.  1895). 

Moray  House  and  Broughton  Schools.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  A.S.C., 
Feb.  1913;  mobilised  Aug.  1914.  3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd 
Lieut.  April  1915.  Killed  at  Cape  Helles  on  15th  October  1915.  PI.  LVIII. 

MILLAR,  GEORGE  (b.  1872). 

Student  of  Divinity,  1890-4.  Minister  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  Orkney 
R.G.A. ;  Captain  1914-17.  Attached  No.  13  General  Hospital  and  No.  7 
Stationary  Hospital,  Boulogne,  April  to  Aug.  1917.  Died  at  Boulogne  on 
26th  August  1917.  PI.  LVIII. 

MILLAR,  GEORGE  INGLIS  (b.  1895). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1914-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1915 
to  June  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  June  1916.  R.F.A.,  86th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1916.  France  Jan.  1917.  Killed  at  Arras  on  8th  April  1917.  PI.  LVIII. 

MILLAR,  JAMES  (b.  1891). 

Trinity  Academy,  Leith.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-11;  M.A.  1911.  Schoolmaster. 
9th  Royal  Scots,  gth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915. 
France.  Killed  in  action  at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  LIX. 


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MILLER,  ARCHIBALD  INGRAM  (b.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College,    and  Leys  School,  Cambridge.  Student  of  Medicine, 

1900-5;    M.B.,  Ch.B.    1905.      R.A.M.C.,   Lieut.   Sept.   1916.  Killed    in  action  on 

nth  March  1917.  PI.  LIX. 

MILLER,  HENRY  WILLIAM  WATSON  (b.  1896). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1911-14.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  April  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  loth  and  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  Private  Oct.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915.  France.  Killed  in  action 
at  the  Somme  on  3ist  July  1916.  PI.  LIX. 

MILLER,  JOSEPH  EWING  BRUCE  (b.  1895). 

Rossall;  Shooting.  O.T.C.  1909-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  5th  attached  ist 
Royal  Irish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  France  March  1915. 
Wounded  at  Festubert  on  gth  and  died  on  24th  May  1915.  PI.  LIX. 

MILLER,  MAURICE  (6.  1880). 

George  Heriot's  School.     Student  of  Law,  1899-1901.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private 

May  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.   1915.     Egypt  Jan.   1916.  Invalided  home  and  died 

at  Edinburgh  on  5th  August  1917.  PI.  LIX. 

MILLSON,  ALVAN  EWEN  (b.  1892). 

Haileybury.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C. 
Oct.  1914.  4th  and  6th  Royal  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain.  Gallipoli 
Sept.  1915.  Invalided  home  Nov.  1915.  France  Aug.  1916.  Dispatches  Dec. 

1917.  Killed  at  Arras  on  gth  April  1917.  PL  LIX. 

MILNE,  JAMES  ROBERTSON  (b.  1890). 

George  Heriot's  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Law,  1910-12.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1913.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  7th  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915;  Staff  Captain  Aug.  1918. 
France  July  1915.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919.  Died  at  Rouen  on  3Oth  October 

1918.  PL  LIX. 

MILNE,  JAMES  WILLIAM  (b.  1870). 

Larchfield  Academy,  Helensburgh.  Student  of  Arts,  1885-8.  Military  College, 
Sandhurst;  Sword  of  Honour.  82nd  Punjabis,  Major;  Lieut-Col.  1916. 
France  1914-15.  Mesopotamia  1917-18.  Wounded  at  Festubert.  Dispatches 
May  1918.  C.I.E.  1919.  Died  of  heat-stroke  in  the  Afghan  War  on 
2ist  June  1919.  PL  LIX. 

MILROY,  ERIC  (b.  1887). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1903-6,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Arts,  1906-10;  M.A.  1910.  Chartered  Accountant,  1914.  Scottish 
Rugby  International,  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  nth  and  8th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1916.  France 
Oct.  1915.  Killed  at  Delville  Wood  in  November  1916.  PL  LIX. 

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MITCHELL,  ANDREW  NEILL  (b.  1891). 

Merchiston  Castle;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Dec.  1911  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  Marathon  Medal.  4th  and  5th  Royal 
Scots  Fusiliers,  Private  Sept  1914;  Lieut.  Killed  at  Gallipoli  on  3oth 
December  1915.  PI.  LX. 

MITCHELL,  JAMES  THOMSON  RANKIN  (b.  1888). 

Airdrie  and  Edinburgh  Academies;  First  XV.  and  XI.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1910. 
First  XV.  and  London  Scottish.  Student  of  Law,  1910-13.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1913.  nth  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Captain  1915.  I3th  Royal  Scots,  Major  July  1916.  nth  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders,  Lieut-Col.  1917.  France  June  1915.  Dispatches.  D.S.O.  1916. 
Croix  de  Guerre  (France)  1918.  Wounded  at  Arras  on  28th  March  and  died  at 
Queen  Alexandra  Hospital,  London,  on  ist  April  1918.  PI.  LX. 

MITCHELL,  JOHN  HALLIBURTON  (b.  1890). 

Cargilfield  and  Fettes  College.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
March  1909  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Coy.  Sergeant-Major.  7th  and  I7th  Royal 
Scots,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914.  Gallipoli  1915.  Captain  and  Adjutant  1916.  France 
1916  and  1917.  Died  of  wounds  on  26th  October  1917. 

MITCHELL,  NORMAN  RAMSAY  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1912-13.  3rd  Royal  Scots  (S.R.), 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force,  April 
1917;  Pilot  Oct.  1917.  Wounded  at  Battle  of  Loos,  1915.  Killed  through 
aeroplane  collision  on  6th  June  1918.  PI.  LX. 

MITTON,  HAROLD  (b.  1894). 

Gill  College  High  School,  Somerset  East,  S.  Africa.  O.T.C.  1908-10,  Cadet 
Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery  Oct.  1913  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet. 
R.F. A.,  attached  Royal  Flying  Corps,  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut. 
1916.  Dispatches  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  29th  July  1917. 

MOIR,  ARCHIBALD  GIFFORD  (b.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Fettes  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Law, 
1911-13.  Law  Agent.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Dis- 
patches 1915.  Killed  in  action  near  Ypres  on  25th  April  1915. 

MONTGOMERY,  ROBERT  (b.  1888). 

Campbeltown  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-13;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1913;  Captain  March  1915.  France  1914.  Attached  to 
ist  Gloucester  Regiment.  Dispatches  April  1916.  Killed  at  Loos  on  26th 
September  1915.  PI.  LX. 

MOODIE,  RALPH  WILSON  (b.  1892). 

Dingwall  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  Seaforth  Highlanders.  9th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  6th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Captain.  France. 
Died  of  wounds  on  i6th  May  1917.  PI.  LX. 

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MOON,  GEORGE  BASSETT  (6.  1885). 

Derby  School;  First  XI.  Cadet  Corps,  1902-3.  Birmingham  University; 
Athletics.  Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.);  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1909. 
Royal  Navy,  Nov.  1914;  Surgeon  Jan.  1915,  H.M.S.  Lion.  Killed  at  the  Battle 
of  Jutland  on  3ist  May  1916. 

MOORHEAD,  ARTHUR  HENRY  (b.  1872). 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1889-93;  M.B.,  CM. 
1893.  I. M.S.  1894.  Lieut.-Col.  1914;  Brevet  Col.  1915  ;  and  A.D.M.S.  Colonel, 
Waziristan,  Chitral.  Tochi  Valley  and  third  China  Campaigns.  France.  2nd 
Indian  Cavalry  Division.  Dispatches  1915.  Invalided  home  Dec.  1915  and 
died  at  Batheaston,  Somerset,  on  29th  February  1916. 

MOORHEAD,  GEORGE  OLIVER  (b.  1866). 

St  Stanislaus  College,  Tullamore,  Ireland.  •  Student  of  Medicine,  1883-8. 
Q.E.R,  1884-8.  loth  Dismounted  Rifles,  S.  Africa.  Lieut.-Col.,  N.  Transvaal 
Mounted  Rifles.  Nyasaland  Contingent,  South  African  Imperial  Forces. 
South  African  Rebellion  and  German  West  African  Campaign.  Killed  in  action 
in  May  1916. 

MORE,  ERIC  ROY  (b.  1898). 

George  Watson's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1916 
to  May  1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  May  1917.  3rd  attached  2nd  Gordon  High- 
landers, 2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  France  and  Italy.  Killed  in  action  in  Italy 
on  27th  October  1918.  PI.  LX. 

MORGAN,  JAMES  WHITE  (b.  1892). 

Royal  High  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  9th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Oct.  1915  ;  Corporal.  i6th  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917. 
France.  Died  of  wounds  received  at  the  Battle  of  Amiens  on  loth  August 
1918.  PI.  LX. 

MORISON,  ARCHIBALD  ALEXANDER  (b.  1887). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1904-10.  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1910.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon,  H.M.S.  Indefatigable.  Killed  in  action  at 
the  Battle  of  Jutland  on  3ist  May  1916.  PI.  L\. 

MORRIS,  HUGH  (b.  1885). 

Diocesan  College,  Rondebosch.  B.A.  (Hons.)  (Cape).  Student  of  Medicine, 
1906-11.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1908  to  July  1910,  Cadet.  3rd  Scottish  Rifles 
(S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on  I4th 
July  1915. 

MORRIS,  JOHN  (b.   1870). 

Ruabon  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1912;  Captain  1915;  Major  1918.  France  Nov. 
1914.  Attached  6th  Cheshire  Regiment.  Field  Ambulance.  M.C.  Jan.  1917. 
Killed  in  action  on  7th  October  1918.  PI.  LX. 

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PLATE    LX. 


J.  T.  R.  MITCHELL. 


N.  R.  MITCHELL. 


A.  N.  MITCHELL. 


•k-^B^B 
R.  VV.  MOODIE. 


E.  R.  MOKE. 


ROBERT  MONTGOMERY. 


JOHN  MOKKIS. 


A.  A.  MOKISON. 


J.    \V.    MOKGAN. 


PLATE  LXI. 


ALEX.  MORRISON. 


S.  H.  MORRIS. 


J.  A.  MORRISON. 


J.  T.  MORRISON. 


J.  S.  MORRISON. 


'•HUGH  MOSMAN. 


JOHN  MUIR. 


A.  C.  MUIR. 


G.  V.  MUIR. 


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MORRIS,  SYDNEY  HERBERT  (b.  1875). 

Grammar  School,  Market  Harborough.  Student  of  Medicine,  1894-9;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1899.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain.  Died  on  nth  January  1918.  PL  LXI. 

MORRISON,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College ;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps,  Commissioned  Officer. 
Student  of  Arts,  1906-8.  5th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Lieut.;  Captain.  Flanders  May  1915.  Killed  at  Hohenzollern  Redoubt  on  25th 
September  1915.  PL  LXI. 

MORRISON,  JOHN  ALEXANDER  (b.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  First  XV.  and  XL  Student  of  Law,  1905-6.  R.G.A. 
Gunner.  France.  Killed  near  Amiens  on  3Oth  May  1918.  PL  LXI. 

MORRISON,  JOHN  STEWART  (b.  1892). 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1909-12,  Cadet  Sergeant-Major.  Student  of 
Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  April  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
R.E.  (Dispatch  Rider)  Aug.  1914,  Sergeant- Major.  France  1914-15.  Battles  of 
Mons,  Marne,  Aisne,  first  and  second  Ypres  and  Loos.  D.C.M.  Dispatches 
(Langemark  and  Gheluvelt).  Died  of 'gas  poisoning  at  Loos  on  26th  September 

1915.  PL  LXI. 

MORRISON,  JOHN  TAIT  (b.  1891). 

Carrick    Academy,    Maybole.     Student   of  Law,    1914-15.     R.F.A.,   Gunner   Jan. 

1916.  Killed  in  action  at  Zillebeke  near  Ypres  on  2Oth  July  1917.          PL  LXI. 

MORRISON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1886). 

Milne's  Institution,  Fochabers.  Student  of  Medicine,  1904-9.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1915.  France  1915.  M.C.  Died  of  wounds  and  gas  poisoning 
on  23rd  October  1917. 

MOSMAN,  HUGH  (b.  1861). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1878-81.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1885. 
Yorkshire  Regiment,  24th  Prov.  Battn.,  2nd  Lieut.  1914.  Died  at  Cramlington, 
Northumberland,  on  I2th  February  1916.  PL  LXI. 

MOWAT,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1895). 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  6th  attached  4th  Royal 
Scots  (T.),  Private  1914.  Gallipoli.  Killed  in  action  on  28th  June  1915.  PL  xcin. 

MUIR,  ANDREW  CHRISTISON  M.  (b.  1896). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Nov.  1914.  ist,  3rd,  and  gth  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb. 
1915.  France  Jan.  1915  ;  Dardanelles  Aug.  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  on 
27th  October  1915.  PL  LXI. 

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MUIR,  GEORGE  VICTOR  (b.  1901). 

George  Watson's  College.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1917 
to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918;  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1918.  Killed  in  an  aeroplane  accident  in  the  South  of  England  on 
i8th  October  1918.  PI.  LXI. 

MUIR,  JOHN  (6.  1882). 

Student  of  Law,  1904-6.  nth  and  5th  Canadian  Rifles,  Private  Aug.  1914; 
Acting  Sergeant.  France.  Killed  at  Festubert  on  24th  May  1915.  PI.  LXI. 

MUKERJI,  KALYAN  KUMAR  (b.  1883). 

L.M.S.  University,  Calcutta,  1906.  Student  of  Medicine.  I.M.S.  1910,  attached 
8th  Rajputs,  1914,  Captain.  Mesopotamia.  M.C.  Oct.  1916.  Taken  prisoner 
at  Kut-el-Amara  and  died  of  typhus  at  Ras-el-Ain  in  Asia  Minor  in  May  1917. 

MUNRO,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1893). 

Kingussie  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  .  i/2nd  Lovat  Scouts,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  Gallipoli  Sept.  to  Dec.  1915; 
France  Aug.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  at  Rouen  on  5th  November  1916.  PI.  LXII. 

MUNRO,  CHARLES  (b.  1887). 

Leith   Walk   and   Broughton    Schools.     Student  of    Arts,    1906-9;    M.A.    1909. 

2nd    Seaforth    Highlanders,  Private   Nov.   1915.  Died  of  wounds  in  France  on 

I7th  January  1918.  PI.  LXII. 

MUNRO,  DONALD  GEORGE  (b.  1895). 

Wick  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914 
to  May  1915,  Cadet.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  May  1915  ; 
Sergeant  Nov.  1915.  France  1915.  Killed  near  Loos  on  6th  September 
1916.  PI.  LXII. 

MUNRO,  H.  F. 

Student  at  Edinburgh  University.  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Captain.  Killed  in 
action  in  September  1915. 

MUNRO,  JOHN  (b.  1883). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Law,  1902-3.  Barrister  and  Solicitor, 
Saskatoon.  lOSth  Regiment  Saskatoon  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915.  65th 
and  44th  Canadian  Infantry,  Adjutant.  France.  Wounded  Nov.  1916.  Killed 
at  Vimy  Ridge  on  loth  April  1917.  PI.  LXII. 

MUNRO,  JOHN  SUTHERLAND  (b.  1892). 

Dornoch  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Feb.  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1916;  iO2nd  Field 
Ambulance.  Mesopotamia.  Died  at  Baghdad  on  i6th  July  1917.  PL  LXII. 

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PLATE  LXII. 


CHARLES  MUNRO. 


D.  G.  MUNKO. 


ALEX.  MUNRO. 


J.  S.  MUNRO. 


JOHN  MUNKO. 


T.  M.  MUNRO. 


R.  McD.  MURRAY. 


P.  II.  MURRAY. 


J.  R.  MURRAY. 


PLATE   LXII1 


J.  S.  NKSS. 


THOMAS  NELSON. 


R.  P.  T.  XEWUHKY. 


G.  S.  A.  NICHOLSON. 


DAVIU  NICOL. 


ANDREW   Ni'  01 . 


DAVID  NICOI.L. 


G.  M.  NICOL. 


I-'.  \V.  ,\n->'  UK. 


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MUNRO,  THOMAS  MACKAY  (b.  1890). 

Tain  Royal  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  1913.  Schoolmaster. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  Dec.  1913,  Cadet.  5th  and  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  25th 
September  1915.  PI.  LXII. 

MURRAY,  JOHN  ROBERTSON  (b.  1879). 

Elgin  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1903-4.  9th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Lieut. 
June  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on  i8th  September  1917.  PI.  LXII. 

MURRAY,  PETER  HERBERT  (6.  1896). 

Morgan  Academy,  Dundee  ;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  Y.M.C.A.  (Summer 
Vacations),  1915-16.  loth  and  ist  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  Oct.  1916; 
Corporal.  Died  of  wounds  received  at  Tekrit,  Mesopotamia,  on  gth  November 

1917.  PI.  LXII. 

MURRAY,  ROBERT  McDIARMID  (b.  1894). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1909-11,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Law, 
1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  1912-14,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Lieut.  Feb.  1916.  France.  M.C.  Feb.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  near  Ypres  on 
25th  February  1916.  PI.  LXII. 

MYLNE,  JAMES  GRAHAM  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1909-10.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1913.  2/8th  attached  i/4th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Lieut 
Palestine  1917  ;  France  1918.  Killed  at  Queant  near  Bapaume  on  2nd  September 
1918. 

NEIL,  ROBERT  DONALD  (b.  1896). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  I5th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  1915.  Egypt  Jan.  1916.  France 
March  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  26th  October  1916.  PI.  xcill. 

NEILL,  WILLIAM  PROUDFOOT  (b.  1873). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law.  Solicitor,  1896.  Royal  Scots,  Lieut. 
Died  in  France  on  24th  December  1916. 

NELSON,  THOMAS  (6.  1859). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  C.M.  1880;  M.D.  1886.  St  John's 
Ambulance  Brigade,  Assistant  Commissioner,  No.  3  District.  Died  on  4th  March 

1918.  PI.  LXIII. 

NESS,  JAMES  SHARP  (b.  1896). 

Tain  Royal  Academy  and  Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  Student  of 
Science,  1913-15.  i/7th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  Oct.  1915.  Killed  in 
action  in  France  on  i6th  September  1917.  PI.  LXIII. 

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NEWBERY,  RICHARD  FENTON  THEODORE  (b.  1891). 

Lycee,  Nice,  and  Tonbridge  School,  Kent.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15  ;  M.jB., 
Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  Nov.  1913,  Cadet.  President,  Philo- 
mathic  Society.  Resident,  Royal  Infirmary  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915. 
France  March  1916.  Attached  6th  Northamptonshires,  May  1916.  Killed  at 
Trones  Wood  on  14*  July  1916.  PL  LXIII. 

NICHOLSON,  GEOFFREY  SHIELD  ALEC  (b.  1894). 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to 
Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  Aero  Club  Pilot  Certificate  at  Hendon,  Nov.  1915.  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  R.F.C.,  Feb.  1917;  Pilot 
May  1917.  Mortally  wounded  at  third  Battle  of  Ypres  on  2ist  and  died  on  22nd 
August  1917.  PI.  LXIII. 

NICOL,  ANDREW  (b.  1893). 

Falkirk  High  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14.  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Dispatches 
June  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  22nd  May  1916.  PL  LXIII. 

NICOL,  DAVID  (b.  1897). 

Kelvinside  Academy,  Glasgow,  and  Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1911-14,  Cadet. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
I2th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917  ; 
Acting  Captain  Sept.  1917.  France  June  1916.  Killed  in  Bourlon  Wood  on 
25th  November  1917.  PI.  LXIII. 

NICOL,  GEORGE  M.  (b.  1887). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  9th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1915.  Killed  at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915. 

PI.  LXIII. 

NICOLL,  DAVID  (b.  1884). 

George  Watson's  College;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1902-10; 
M.A.  1907 ;  LL.B.  1910.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1906-9,  Private ; 
London  Scottish,  Private,  March  1916.  France  July  1916.  Killed  at  Leuze 
Wood  near  Combles  on  roth  September  1916.  PI.  LXIII. 

NIESCHE,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  (b.  1858). 

Leschen  and  Niehus  School,  Adelaide.  Student  of  Medicine,  1876-80;  M.B.,  C.M. 
1880;  M.D.  1886.  M.D.  (Adelaide)  1889.  Australian  Military  Forces,  Hon. 
Major,  1910.  No.  7,  Australian  General  Hospital,  Keswick,  England,  1915-17. 
Died  at  Adelaide  on  I3th  October  1918.  PI.  LXIII. 

NISBET,  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1914.  9th, 
I4th,  3rd,  and  2nd  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914 ;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914. 
France  Feb.  1915.  Killed  inaction  on  25th  April  1915.  PI.  LXIV. 

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NISBET,  POLLOK  SINCLAIR  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1908-12.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1909  to  July  1912,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  2nd 
Canadian  Infantry,  26th  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Lieut.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  2nd 
June  1916.  PI.  LXIV. 

NOBLE,  JAMES  DICKSON  (b.  1869). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1888-93  ;M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  R.A.M.C, 
Captain.  Accidentally  killed  at  Aberdeen  on  I2th  October  1914.  PI.  LXIV. 


NORTON,  HENRY  HALL  (b. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-12;  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1911. 
Headingley  Wesleyan  College,  Leeds,  1912-13.  Minister  of  Wesleyan  Church. 
R.A.M.C.,  Private  Jan.  1915.  Wounded  at  evacuation  of  Gallipoli  and  died  at 
Alexandria  on  2/th  January  1916.  PI.  LXIV. 

ORME,  JOHN  McCALLUM  (b.  1891). 

George  Watson's  College ;  Cadet  Corps  1907-8.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine, 
1908-15;  M.A.  1911;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1908  to  May 
1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Captain  July  1914.  Attached  7th  Battn.  The  Buffs, 
East  Kent  Regiment,  Aug.  1915.  M.C.  1916.  Died  as  result  of  an  accident  on 
3rd  April  1917.  PI.  LXIV. 

ORME,  WILLIAM  (b.  1888). 

Portree  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-11.  I5th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Sept.  1914;  L/Corporal.  France.  Wounded  at  Arras  on  28th  April, 
taken  prisoner,  and  died  of  wounds  at  Merseburg  on  i8th  May  1917.  PI.  xcill. 

O'SULLIVAN,  JOHN  ANDREW  HAMILTON  (b.  1895). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.;  Shooting  VIII.  O.T.C.  1910-13,  Cadet 
Colour-Sergeant.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to 
Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  I3th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  Attached  5th  Royal  Scots,  Gallipoli.  Killed  in  action  there 
on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  LXIV. 

PAGAN,  GEORGE  HAIR  (b.  1892). 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-11.  i/7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watchj,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914.  France.  5ist  (Highland)  Division.  Killed  at  High 
Wood,  the  Somme,  on  3ist  July  1916.  PI.  LXIV. 

PAISLEY,  THOMAS  (b.  1885). 

High  School,  Brechin.  Student  of  Law,  1905-7.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914. 
loth  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  25th  September 

PL  LXIV. 
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PALMER,  HUGH  SALISBURY  (b.  1888). 

Gresham  School,  Holt;  Cadet  Corps  1902-6,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1906-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain 
May  1915.  Attached  2nd  London  Rifle  Brigade.  2/2nd  Home  Counties 
Field  Ambulance.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917.  Died  of  wounds  on  25th  April 
1918.  PI.  LXIV. 

PARK,  FREDERICK  ANDREW  KETCHEN  (b.  1896). 

Kendal  and  Manchester  Grammar  Schools.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16.  5th 
Royal  Lanes.  Regiment,  Private  Jan.  1916;  Officer  Cadet.  I37th  Machine-Gun 
Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  April  1918.  France  March  1917.  Killed  in 
action  on  3rd  October  1918.  PL  LXV. 

PATERSON,  JOHN  McLELLAN  STEWART  (b.  1890). 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-13;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Engl.)  1913.  President,  Diagnostic  Society.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1909-13, 
Cadet.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  Oct.  1914.  France.  Killed  in  action 
in  Belgium  on  23rd  April  1915. 

PATERSON,  NORMAN  KEITH  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14 ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Econ.  Sc.) 
1914.  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet. 
R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  May  1916.  France  1915.  Killed  in 
action  on  28th  June  1916.  PI.  LXV. 

PATERSON,  ROBERT  SANDERSON  (b.  1893). 

Royal  High  School  and  Fettes  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1910-12. 
Student  of  Arts,  1912-13.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A. 
(S.R.),  62nd  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  R.H.A.  ("  Chestnut  Troop").  France. 
Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Neuve  Chapelle  on  nth  March  1915.  PI.  LXV. 

PATERSON,  ROBERT  WALKER  (b.  1894). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-16.  Royal  Scots,  Private  March  1916. 
2nd  Sherwood  Foresters,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917.  M.C. 
(posthumous).  Killed  in  action  in  March  1918.  PI.  LXV. 

PATERSON,  WILLIAM  CHARLES  DAWSON  (b.  1896). 

Royal  High  School.  Heriot  Bursar.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry 
Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  6th  Royal  Scots,  attached  5th  Liverpool  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915.  France.  Killed  at  Gueudecourt,  Somme,  on  25th  September 
1916.  PI.  LXV. 

PATRICK,  FRANCIS  ALEXANDER  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1909  to  Feb.  1911,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914. 
France  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Ypres  on  I2th  April  1915.  PI.  LXV. 

80 


PLATE   LXIV. 


JOHN  NISBET. 


J,  D.  NOBLE. 


P.  S.  NISBET. 


J.   A.    11.   O'SULLIVAN. 


J.  McC.  ORME. 


11.  11.  NORTON. 


I 


! 


II.  S.  PALMER. 


G.  11.  PAGAN. 


THOMAS  PAISLEY. 


PLATE   LXV. 


N.  K.  PATEHSON. 


R.  S.  PATKK-I>\. 


A.  K.  PARK. 


W.  ('..  I).  HATERSON. 


]•'.  A.  PATRICK. 


J.  B.  PATRICK. 


M.  Ci.   PATTKN. 


DAVID  PATTON. 


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PATRICK,  JOHN  BONTHRONE  (b.  1895). 

Hawick  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1913  to  Oct. 
1914,  Cadet,  i /4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914, 
Missing,  presumed  killed  at  Gallipoli,  on  I2th  July  1915.  PI.  LXV. 

PATTEN,  MURRAY  GLADSTONE  (b.  1888). 

Ormond  College,  Melbourne.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept. 
1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet  Sergeant  9th  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  Feb. 
1915;  Captain.  Foreign  service  1915.  M.C.  1917.  Wounded.  Killed  in 
action  on  I4th  April  1918.  PI.  LXV. 

PATTERSON,  DOUGLAS  DAVID  JOHN  (b.  1898). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.     Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Sept. 

1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1916.     7th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan. 

1917.  France  April  1917.     Killed  at  Wytschaete  on  i6th  April  1918. 

PATTISON,  PETERSWALD  (b.  1876). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1893-1901 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901. 
D.P.H.,  R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain.  Attached 
King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry.  Flanders.  Invalided  home  in  July  1915 
and  died  at  London  on  22nd  February  1916. 

PATTON,  DAVID  (b.  1882). 

Strathbungo  School,  Glasgow.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1916  to  May 
1917,  Cadet.  8th  attached  2nd  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  Died  of 
wounds  on  nth  February  1918.  PL  LXV. 

FENDER,  HAMISH  GRANGER  GEILS  (b.  1892). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Athletics.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14. 
Secretary,  Engineering  Society.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  April  1912  to  Oct.  1914, 
Cadet  Sergeant.  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  Killed  at 
Battle  of  Neuve  Chapelle  on  nth  or  I3th  March  1915.  PI.  LXVI. 

PENNYCOOK,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1896). 

Dunbar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  3/8th  and  I2th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Nov.  1915;  Signaller;  L/Corporal.  France  Aug.  1916,  9th  Division.  Arras, 
Ypres,  1917.  Taken  prisoner  on  25th  April  at  Kemmel  Hill  and  died  of 
pneumonia  at  Saaralben,  Germany,  on  i6th  October  1918.  PL  LXVI. 

PHILIP,  ANDREW  (b.   1865). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1888-93;  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D., 
D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. -Surgeon.  Died  at  Hull  as  the  result  ol  an  accident  on 
30th  May  1915.  PI.  LXVI. 

81  F 


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PHILIPS,  ABRAHAM  ZADOK  (b.  1881). 

Burgerschool,  Amsterdam.  Student  of  Medicine,  1904-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910; 
M.D.  1913;  D.P.H.  (Lond.)  1914;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1915.  Hospitals  in  Dunkirk 
and  London,  April  to  July  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  1916. 
France.  56th  Field  Ambulance.  Wounded  and  gassed  on  23rd  and  died  of  gas 
poisoning  on  24th  October  1917.  PL  LXVI. 

PHORSON,  DOUGLAS  STUART  (b.  1889). 

Houghton-le-Spring  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-8.  3rd  and 
i8th  Durham  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  July  1916.  France 
June  1916.  Killed  at  Hebuterne  on  i6th  December  1916.  PL  LXVI. 

PINKERTON,  JOHN  (b.  1882). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity, 
1901-5;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1905;  B.D.  1908;  B.A.  (Hons.  Semitic  Lang.) 
(Camb.)  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  1st  Royal  Scots,  L/Corporal.  Salonika. 
Killed  in  action  near  Struma  on  ist  October  1916.  PL  LXVI. 

PIRIE,  GEORGE  STEPHEN  (b.  1888). 

St  Andrew's  College,  Grahamstown,  and  Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut;  Captain  Jan.  1915.  Gallipoli,  2gtii  Division,  1915;  France  Dec.  1915. 
Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  Wounded  Sept.  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  24th 
July  1917.  PL  LXVI. 

PLUNKETT,  HAVELOCK  A.  T.  (b.  1896). 

St  Paul's  School,  Darjeeling.  O.T.C.  Cadet  Sergeant.  University  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  April  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  Military  College,  Sandhurst,  1914.  3rd 
and  2nd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  France 
March  1915.  Lieut.  May  1915.  Indian  Exp.  Force,  Mesopotamia,  Dec.  1915. 
Killed  at  Sheikh  Said  on  7th  January  1916.  PL  LXVI. 

POLLOCK,  JOHN  DUNBAR  (b.  1876). 

Church  of  Scotland  Normal  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Law,  1897-9. 
Solicitor.  4th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1906;  Lieut.  1909;  Captain  1911.  Killed 
in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915. 

POOL,  JOHN  NEWLANDS  (b.  1894). 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  Lennie  Bursar.  3rd  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers,  Private  Feb.  1916.  ist  Cameronians  (Scottish  Rifles).  Killed 
in  action  in  France  on  i6th  April  1917.  PL  LXVI. 

PORTER,  WILLIAM  GUTHRIE  (b.  1878). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science  and  Medicine,  1894-1902; 
B.Sc.  1898;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C.,  Corporal  1900-2. 
South  African  Campaign,  1902.  Surgeon-Lieut  1907;  Captain  1914;  Major  1916. 
Attached  R.G.A.  (Vol.),  Midlothian  Battery,  later  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland 
Brigade.  France  Autumn  1915.  Wounded  April  1917.  D.S.O.  June  1917. 
Killed  in  action  on  8th  June  1917.  PL  LXVII. 

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PLATE   I.XVI. 


PHILIP. 


Al.EX. 


11.  G.  G.  FENDER. 


A.  '/..  Piui.irs. 


1).  S.  PHORHOX. 


JOHN  PINKERTON. 


I.  N.  POOL. 


II.  A.  T.  PLUNK  KIT. 


<;.  s.  PIKIK. 


PLATE   I. XV 1 1. 


W.  G.  PORTER. 


G.  B.  ]..  PRICK. 


E.  F.  T.  PRICK. 


JOHN  PROSSEK. 


A.  S.  PRIM.LK. 


SAMIKI.  KAK. 


J.  C.  RAE. 


G.  B.  RAMSAY. 


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PRICE,  EDMUND  FREDERICK  TANNEY  (b.  1862). 

Mussoorie  School,  India.  Student  of  Medicine,  1879-84;  M.B.,  C.M.  1884. 
Lecturer  to  Scottish  Women's  First  Aid  Corps,  ist  Battn.  City  of  Edinburgh 
Volunteer  Regiment,  Private.  Died  on  parade  on  2/th  October  1917.  PL  LXVII. 

PRICE,  GEORGE  BERNARD  LOCKING  (b.  1896). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XI.  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1914-15.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1915;  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1917.  France  June  1916.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  in  July  1916. 
Killed  at  Ypres  on  22nd  August  1917.  PL  LXVII. 

PRICE,  OWEN  DOUGLAS  (b.   1892). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1905-10,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  July 
1915;  Captain  1916.  Med.  Exp.  Force,  1915-16.  West  Africa,  1916-17.  France 
1917  and  1918,  55th  Division.  Died  at  Edinburgh  on  loth  December  1918 
of  influenza  contracted  in  France.  PL  LXVII. 

PRINGLE,  ARTHUR  STANLEY  (b.  1877). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  B.A.  (Camb.).  Student  of  Law,  1899-1902; 
LL.B.  1902.  Advocate,  1902.  Q.R.V.B.,  No.  4  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Captain  and  O.C.  April  1908  to  July  1910.  loth  Scottish  Rifles,  Captain. 
France.  Wounded  at  Hill  70,  Loos,  on  25th  and  died  on  26th  September 
1915.  PL  LXVII. 

PROSSER,  JOHN  (b.  1889). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1907-15;  M.A. 
1910;  LL.B.  (Distinction)  1912.  Grierson  Bursar, Thow, and  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1913.  4th,  2/4th,  2/5th  and  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Acting  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916; 
Acting  Captain  and  Adjutant  1916.  Flanders  July  1918.  Killed  in  action  on 
28th  September  1918.  PL  LXVII. 

PROUDFOOT,  HAROLD  HEAFFORD  (b.  1889). 

Loughborough  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1911.  Resident,  R.I.E.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  May  1916. 
Attached  R.F.A.  Killed  in  action  in  September  1916. 

PRYCE,  ARTHUR  MEURIG  (b.  1878). 

Clifton.  University  College,  Aberystwith.  Student  of  Medicine,  1897-1903; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  M.D.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain.  Died  of  pneumonia  at 
Calais  in  October  1916. 

RAE,  JOHN  CAIRNS  (b.  1892). 

George  Heriot's  School  and  Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14; 
B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1910  to  June  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  88th  Brigade, 
Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1915;  Acting  Major.  France  July  1915.  M.C. 
(posthumous).  Dispatches.  Killed  near  Arras  on  loth  April  1917.  PI.  LXVII. 

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RAE,  SAMUEL  (b.  1889). 

Kirkcudbright   Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-14;   M.A.    (Hons.  Hist.)    1912. 

1 5th  Royal  Scots,   Private  Sept    1914.     France.     Killed    in   action   on    ist  July 

1916.  PI.  LXVII. 

RAMSAY,  GEORGE  BENNETT  (b.  1893). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
March  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Lowland  Division,  attached  29th  Division, 
2nd  Lieut.  Gallipoli  April  1915.  Dispatches.  Wounded  April  and  July  1915. 
Died  of  typhoid  on  Hospital  Ship  Gakka  on  27th  August  1915.  PI.  LXVII. 

RATTRAY,  DAVID  (b.  1891). 

Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  Solicitor.  R.F.A.,  Gunner;  2nd  Lieut.  Died  of 
wounds  on  2ist  September  1918.  PI.  LXVIII. 

RAWSON,  ARTHUR  (b.  1890). 

Royal  High  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Science,  1908-14;  B.Sc.  1914. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  1908.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Scottish 
Horse.  I3th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain 
and  Adjutant.  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Salonika.  Dispatches  July  1917  and  Jan. 
1919.  Killed  in  action  on  6th  October  1918.  PI.  LXVIII. 

REID,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1886). 

Sedbergh ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Law,  1900-2. 
Chartered  Accountant,  1910.  9th  Q.V.  Rifles,  County  of  London  Regiment, 
Rifleman  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France  Oct.  1914.  Killed  at 
Zillebeke  near  Ypres  on  I5th  February  1917.  PI.  LXVIII. 

REID,  ARTHUR  STANLEY  (b.  1885). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School ;  Athletics.  Cadet  Corps  1900-3,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Arts,  1903-7;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1907.  I5th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Oct.  1914;  Sergeant  Dec.  1915.  France  1915.  Killed  in  action  near  Albert 
on  ist  July  1916.  PI.  LXVIII. 

REID,  DONALD  (b.  1897). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O  T.C.  Infantry,  May 
to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet.  4th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  in  action 
on  i7th  August  1917.  PI.  LXVIII. 

REID,  GEORGE  (b.  1890). 

Forfar  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-11 ;  M.A.  1911  ;  L.C.P.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1908-11.  Schoolmaster.  R.F.A.,  nth  D.A.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut. 
France  and  Italy.  Wounded  at  Vimy  Ridge  July  1916.  Killed  in  action 
on  25th  August  1918.  PI.  LXVIII. 

REID,  MATTHEW  COLVILLE  (b.  1894). 

Alloa  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  I5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914; 
L/Corporal  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  22nd  May  1916.  PI.  LXVIII. 

84 


PLATE   LXVIII. 


ALEX.  RKID. 


DAVID  RATTRAV. 


ARTHUR  RAWSON. 


GEOK<;E  RKID. 


A.  S.  REID. 


DONALD  REID. 


\\.   1).   Ri-.in. 


M.  C.  RKID. 


H.  II.  I..  RICHARDS. 


PLATE  LXIX. 


!\<>r.i-.RT  RICHARDSON. 


W.  R.  RUJI.EY. 


JOHN  RITCHIE. 


R.  J.  W.  RITCHIE. 


W.  S.  RITCHIE. 


W.  H.  RITCHIE. 


ALEX.  H.  ROBERTSON. 


A.  BURNS  ROBERTSON. 


AI.EX.  ROBERTSON. 


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REID,  WILLIAM  DOUGLAS  (b.  1887). 

Marlborough  High  School,  Blenheim,  N.Z.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain. 
France  Nov.  1914.  ist  Welsh  Fusiliers.  2ist  Manchester  Regiment.  The 
Somme.  M.C.  (Munich  Trench)  Jan.  1917.  Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  the  Ancre 
Dec.  1916  and  Jan.  1917.  Killed  near  Ypres  on  5th  October  1917.  PI.  LXVIII. 

RENDELL,  HERBERT  (J.  1859). 

Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  CM.  1882.  ist  Newfoundland  Regiment,  Captain 
and  Adjutant.  France.  Dispatches  1918.  M.C.  1918.  Killed  in  action  in 
October  1918. 

RENTON,  FRANCIS  WALLACE  HOME  (b.  1887). 

Cargilfield  and  Sedbergh  ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-10.  8th  Border 
Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  1915.  France  Sept  1915.  Killed  near 
Albert  on  3Oth  August  1916. 

RENTON,  JAMES  CRAWFORD.     (See  p.  116.) 

RICHARDS,  HUBERT  HENRY  LYSTER  (b.  1892). 

Marlborough  College.  O.T.C.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  9th  Hampshire 
Regiment,  Private  Aug.  1914.  5th  Connaught  Rangers,  2nd  Lieut.  Dispatches 
Dec.  1915.  Killed  at  Kosterina,  Serbia,  on  7th  December  1915.  PI.  LXVIII. 

RICHARDSON,  ARTHUR  ARCHIBOLD  (b.  1891). 

North  Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Aug.  1914.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  at  the  Battle 
of  Loos  on  25th  September  1915. 

RICHARDSON,  MARTIN  JAMES  (b.  1866). 

Durham  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1883-9  ;  M.B.,  CM.  1889.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
Killed  in  action  on  3rd  November  1914. 

RICHARDSON,  ROBERT  (b.  1893). 

Peebles  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  4th  and  I2th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Dec.  1915;  L/Corporal  Jan.  1917;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917;  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1917.  France  April  1918.  Wounded  I9th  and  died  on  26th  July  1918 
near  St  Omer.  PI.  LXIX. 

RIDLEY,  WILLIAM  ROBERT  (b.  1881). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1900-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910. 
Serbian  Medical  Service,  Major  Aug.  1914.  Field  and  Reserve  Military  Hospitals, 
Serbia.  Serbian  Red  Cross  Diploma  and  Decoration.  Died  at  Kragujevatz  about 
2nd  November  1914.  PI.  LXIX. 

RITCHIE,  JOHN  (b.  1891). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1912-13.  Chartered  Accountant,  1915.  3Oth 
Royal  Fusiliers  ("Sportsman's  Reserve"),  Private  Jan.  1915.  3/6th  Royal  High- 
landers (Black  Watch).  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915;  Lieut.  June 
1916.  Salonika.  Killed  on  the  Doiran  Front  on  25th  April  1917.  PI.  LXIX. 

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RITCHIE,  RICHARD  JAMES  WALLACE  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  Scottish  Horse 
Ambulance.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Feb.  1917.  Killed 
in  action  on  2Oth  May  1918.  PI.  LXIX. 

RITCHIE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1874). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1890-9;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  R.A.M.C., 
attached  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Captain.  Killed  in  action  in  April  1916. 

RITCHIE,  WILLIAM  HAMILTON  (b.  1896). 

Trinity  Academy,  Leith.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade), 
Corporal  July  1915.  France  July  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  27th  February 
1917.  PI.  LXIX. 

RITCHIE,  WILLIAM  SMAIL  (b.  1876). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law.  Solicitor,  1901.  Sth  Argyll  and  Suther- 
land Highlanders,  Private  Feb.  1916;  and  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Egypt  Oct.  1917; 
Palestine  and  France.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  2gth  July  1918.  PI.  LXIX. 

ROBERTSON,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1900-4;  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1904. 
B.  Litt.  (Oxford)  1913.  Lecturer  in  History,  Sheffield  University.  I2th  Yorks 
and  Lanes.  Regiment,  Private  Sept.  1914  ;  Corporal.  France.  Killed  in  action  at 
Serre,  France,  on  1st  July  1916.  PL  LXIX. 

ROBERTSON,  ALEXANDER  BRASH  (b.  1878). 

Gillespie's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1899-1901  and  1910-12;  M.A.  1901;  (Hons. 
Engl.,  1911).  Schoolmaster.  2/4th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private 
Nov.  1916.  Cameron  Highlanders.  2/ist  Scottish  Horse.  Drowned  by  the 
torpedoing  of  S.S.  Leinster  on  loth  October  1918.  PL  LXIX. 

ROBERTSON,  ALEXANDER  WALKER  (b.  1877). 

Glenalmond  and  Aberdeen  University.  Student  of  Law.  Solicitor.  2nd  Gordon 
Highlanders,  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  9th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  High- 
landers, Captain  1915.  France  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  I7th  August  1916. 

ROBERTSON,  ANGUS  BURNS  (b.  1886). 

Allahabad  College,  India.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-11;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911. 
Allahabad  and  Edinburgh  Volunteer  Rifle  Corps,  1903-7.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain 
May  1917.  7th  Mounted  Brigade,  Field  Ambulance,  Egypt  and  Palestine.  Died 
of  pneumonia  following  influenza  at  Dundee  on  8th  November  1918.  PL  LXIX. 

ROBERTSON,  CHARLES  (b.  1879). 

Perth  Academy  and  Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts;  M.A.  1900. 
Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain  Nov.  1915.  M.C.  (posthumous).  Died  of 
wounds  at  Salonika  on  3rd  October  1918.  PL  LXX. 

86 


PLATE   I.XX. 


1).  W.  ROBERTSON. 


CHARLES  ROIIERTSON. 


I..  F.  RORERTSON. 


W.    II.    ROBERTSON-DURHAM. 


G.  S.  RODGER. 


M.  F.  RODGER. 


A.  N.  ROGERS.  J.  F.  RONAI.DSON-I.YM.I  . 


R.  C.  ROGERS. 


n.ATH    I. XXI. 


A.  A.  Ross. 


A.  B.  Ross. 


WlI.UAM    ROSK. 


J.  A.  Ross. 


F.  McF.  Ross. 


G.  A.  Ross. 


.1.  G.   Ross. 


T.  S.  Ross. 


I'ETER  Ross. 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

ROBERTSON,  DAVID  WALKER  (b.  1887). 

Royal  High  School.  L.D.S.  1911.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to 
May  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1916 ;  Captain  July  1917.  India 
Sept.  1916  to  Nov.  1918.  2nd  Division,  Rawal  Pindi ;  Dental  Surgeon.  Died 
of  appendicitis  at  Edinburgh  on  i8th  February  1919.  PI.  LXX. 

ROBERTSON,  IAN  GORDON  (b.  1897). 

Christ's  Hospital.  Student  of  Arts.  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  1915. 
Foreign  service  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  I3th  November  1916. 

ROBERTSON,  JOHN  BREWIS  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914  to  Feb.  1915, 
Cadet  Sergeant.  9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915; 
Captain  June  1916.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  on  7th  and  died  on  I7th  September 
1916. 

ROBERTSON,  LENNOX  FRASER  (b.  1883). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1900-3 ;  M.A.  1903.  29th 
Vancouver  Battn.  (2nd  C.E.F.),  Private ;  L/Corporal ;  Sergeant.  France  Oct. 
1915.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  on  loth  and  died  at  Aberdeen  on  igth 
September  1916.  PI.  LXX. 

ROBERTSON-DURHAM,  WILLIAM  HUGH  (b.  1889). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1907-12.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1912. 
loth  Scottish  Rifles,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  March  1915.  France  July  1915. 
Killed  in  action  at  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PL  LXX. 

RODGER,  GEORGE  SWAN  (b.  1895). 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1914 
to  April  1915,  Cadet.  9th  Leicester  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  Killed 
in  action  on  gth  January  1917.  PL  LXX. 

RODGER,  MATHEW  FREER  (b.  1885). 

Larchfield,  Helensburgh,  and  Merchiston  Castle ;  First  XV.  Rogerson  Scholar. 
B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1908-11;  LL.B.  1911.  Writer  to  the  Signet, 
1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914.  2nd,  3rd,  and  4th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915.  France  May  1915.  Killed  near  Le  Transloy, 
the  Somme,  on  23rd  October  1916.  PI.  LXX. 

ROGERS,  ARTHUR  NORMAN  (b.  1889). 

Wyggeston  School,  Leicester.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April 
1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  7th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.; 
Captain  Aug.  1916.  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine.  Killed  at  Neby  Samwil 
near  Jerusalem  on  24th  November  1917.  PL  LXX. 

8? 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

ROGERS,  ROBERT  CARMICHAEL  (b.  1890). 

Perth  Academy.     Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1907-15  ;  M.A.  1910;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 

1914.  Resident,  R.I.E.     R.A.M.C.,  attached  R.G.A.,  Lieut.  Dec.   1916;    Captain 
Dec.    1917.      France.      Wounded    Oct.    1917.      Died  of  wounds  at  I4th  General 
Hospital,  France,  on  2nd  August  1918.  PI.  LXX. 

RONALDSON-LYELL,  JAMES  FRANCIS  (b.  1894). 

Loretto  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1913-16. 
3rd  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  France,  Intelligence  Officer.  Acci- 
dentally killed  in  France  on  26th  November  1917.  PI.  LXX. 

ROSE,  WILLIAM  (b.  1884). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and   Medicine,   1903-7 ;  M.A.    1907. 

4th    Royal    Scots,   Private  Aug.    1914.     loth    Highland    Light    Infantry,   Lieut. 

Feb.    1915.     France    1915.  Twice  wounded.      Killed  at  Monchy  on  nth  April 

1917.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROSS,  ALEXANDER  AITKEN  (b.  1861). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1888-93  ;  M.B.,  C.M.  1893. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut-Col.  O.C.  3rd  Lowland  Field  Ambulance  from  1908. 
Dardanelles.  Invalided  to  Malta  Oct.  1915.  Died  at  London  in  November 

1915.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROSS,  ANDREW  BEACONSFIELD  (b.  1878). 

Tain  Royal  Academy  and  Inverness  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine, 
1895-1902;  M.A.  1898;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1906.  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar 
(Arts)  1898.  President,  Royal  Medical  Society.  2nd  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  Lieut. 
Aug.  1916.  Killed  near  Ypres  on  6th  August  1917.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROSS,  FINDLAY  McFADYEN  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1906-12,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  April  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet. 
9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914;  L/Corporal  June  1915;  Lieut.  Sept.  1917; 
Acting  Captain.  France  Feb.  1915.  M.C.  Sept.  1916.  Wounded  June  1915 
and  Sept.  1916.  Killed  near  Soissons  on  1st  August  1918.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROSS,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER  (b.  1870). 

Student  of  Arts,  1894-6;  M.A.  1896.  Schoolmaster.  i/4th  Royal  Scots, 
Captain.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROSS,  JAMES  ANDREW  (b.  1882). 

Buckhaven  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-9;  M.A.  1909.  gth  Highland  Light 
Infantry,  Private  Sept.  1914.  4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ; 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  26th  July  1916.  PI.  LXXI. 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

ROSS,  JAMES  GRAHAM  (b.  1888). 

Glenalmond.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1905-8;  M.A.  1908;  LL.B.  1911.  5th 
Battn.  2nd  Infantry  Brigade,  Canadians,  Private  Aug.  1914.  loth  and  7th 
Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  France.  Killed  near  P6ronne  on  3Oth 
December  1917.  PI.  LXXi. 

ROSS,  JAMES  HECTOR  (b.  1887). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1908-13.  Solicitor.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
March  1909  to  Dec.  1912,  Cadet.  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  1915  ; 
2nd  Lieut.  1916;  Lieut.  Foreign  service  1915.  Wounded  Aug.  1916.  Killed  in 
action  on  23rd  April  1917. 

ROSS,  PETER  (b.  1877). 

Thurso  F.C.  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1897-1903 ;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.)  1903 ;  B.Sc.  1904.  Schoolmaster.  i6th  Royal  Scots. 
2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  May  1916.  France.  Killed  near 
La  Boisselle,  the  Somme,  on  1st  July  1916.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROSS,  THOMAS  STEWART  (b.  1899). 

Fettes;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C,  Cadet  Corporal.  University  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  July  1917,  Cadet.  3rd  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1918. 
France.  Wounded  on  4th  and  died  on  I3th  November  1918  at  Bohain.  PI.  LXXI. 

ROUSE,  A.  RITCHIE  (b.  1897). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College  and  George  Heriot's  School.  University  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  June  1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  June  1916; 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut.  France  1918.  Killed  at  Hamelincourt  near  Arras 
on  3  ist  August  1918.  PI.  LXXII. 

ROUT,  WILLIAM  OWEN  NELSON  (b.  1892). 

Waitaki  School,  N.Z.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  to 
Aug.  1914.  loth  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Lieut.  France.  Killed  in  action  in 
November  1915. 

RUDDOCK,  EDWARD  OLIVER  (b.  1892). 

Napier  High  School  and  University  College,  N.Z.  Athletics.     Student  of  Medicine, 

1913-14.       N.Z.  Exp.  Force  (Field   Engineers),  Sapper   1914.      Gallipoli.      Died 

of  appendicitis  at  Alexandria  on  nth  May  1915.  PI.  LXXII. 

RULE,  HUGH  MACLEAN  (b.  1891). 

Falkirk  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-12;  M.A.  1912.  R.A.M.C., 
Private  Sept.  1914;  Corporal  Feb.  1915.  2nd  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
attached  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  June  1916.  France.  Killed  in 
action  on  I4th  July  1916.  PI.  LXXII. 

89 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

RUNDLE,  CUBITT  SINDALL  (b.  1854). 

Creditor!  Grammar  School,  and  Medical  School,  Exeter ;  Athletics.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1872-7;  M.B.,  CM.  1877.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Surgeon-Lieut. 
March  1880;  Lieut-Col.  Burmah  Campaign,  1885-6.  M.O.,  Prisoners  of  War 
Camp,  Blanches  Banques,  Jersey,  Nov.  1915,  where  he  died  on  nth  November 
1916.  PI.  LXXII. 

RUSSELL,  WILLIAM  BLACK  (b.  1892). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  4th,  5th,  and  I4th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  1909;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  Dispatches  Sept. 
1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Gallipoli  on  igth  June  1915.  PI.  LXXII. 

SANDEMAN,  ALBERT  FITZROY  (b.  1884). 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Law,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  to 
Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  and  nth  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut, 
and  Captain  1917.  France  1915.  Wounded  near  Albert  1915.  Salonika  1916. 
Killed  in  action  on  2nd  December  1917.  PI.  LXXII. 

SANDERS,  ARCHIBALD  MORTON  (b.  1898). 

Student  of  Medicine.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Died  of  wounds 
on  9th  April  1917. 

SANDERSON,  FREDERICK  BORTHWICK  (b.  1889). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Charterhouse.  B.A.  (Camb.).  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  ist  Lowland 
Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914 ;  Lieut.  France  Spring  1916.  Wounded  on  4th 
and  died  at  Rouen  on  loth  August  1916.  PI.  LXXII. 

SANSON,  WALTER  EDWIN  HAMMOND  (b.  1897). 

Rossall;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1911-14,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  King's  Own  Royal 
Lancaster  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  France.  Killed  at  Guillemont  on 
i6th  August  1916.  PI.  LXXII. 

SCARTH,  JAMES  CHARLES  (b.  1895). 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1914 
to  June  1915,  Cadet,  zoth  attached  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1915.  France.  Killed  at  Longueval  on  I4th  July  1916.  PI.  LXXII. 

SCHAFER,  THOMAS  SYDNEY  HERMANN  (b.  1891). 

Cargilfield  and  Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-9.  Student  of  Science, 
1908-9.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  1909  to  Jan.  1911,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  B.A. 

(Camb.)    1913.       Australian    Voluntary    Hospital,   France,  Corporal    Aug.    1914. 

1 3th    Northumberland    Fusiliers,   2nd    Lieut.    Dec.     1914.  Twice    wounded    at 

Hill  70  and  killed  at  Loos  on  26th  September  1915.  PI.  LXXIII. 

90 


PLATE  LXXll. 


A.  R.  ROUSE. 


II.  M.  RULE. 


E.  O.  RUDDOCK. 


A.  !•'.  SANDEMAN. 


C.  S.  RUMPLE. 


W.  B.  RUSSELL. 


F.  15.  SANDERSON. 


W.  E.  H.  SANSO.N. 


J.    C.    SCARTH. 


PLATE   I. XXIII. 


T.    S.    H.    SCHAFER. 


A.  H.  SCOTT. 


0.  L.  SCOTLAND. 


W.  I).  H.  SCOTT. 


M.  B.  SCOTT. 


C.  B.  SCOTT. 


J.  J.  SHANNON. 


.1.  F.  SELKIRK. 


A.  G.  Scour, AL. 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

SCOTLAND,  DAVID  LOTHIAN  (b.  1895). 

Viewpark  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct. 
1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  3rd,  I4th,  and  nth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914; 
Lieut.  July  1916.  France,  gth  Division,  Oct.  1915  to  July  1916,  and  April  1918. 
Wounded  at  Longueval,  Somme,  1916.  Flanders,  Champagne,  and  Cambrai. 
Machine-Gun  Corps,  2ist  Division,  April  1918.  Wounded  at  Chapel  Hill  near 
Heudicourt,  and  died  at  Le  Treport  on  29th  September  1918.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SCOTT,  ANDREW  HAMILTON  (b.  1881). 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1899-1906;  M.A.  1902;  LL.B.  1906. 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  1909.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  July  1916,  Cadet  L/Corporal ; 
Officer  Cadet  July  1916.  4th  attached  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916  ;  Lieut.  Aug.  1918.  France  Jan.  1917.  Missing,  presumed 
killed  in  action  on  3rd  May  1917.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SCOTT,  CHARLES  BEYERS  (b.  1883). 

Detroit  and  Windsor  (Ontario)  High  Schools.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1901-6  ; 
M.A.  1906.  LL.B.  (Toronto)  1911.  Osgoode  Rifle  Corps,  Private  1914-15.  i66th 
Queen's  Own  Rifles  of  Toronto,  attached  54th  British  Columbia  Regiment,  Lieut. 
Jan.  1916;  Captain.  France  Dec.  1916.  Vimy  Ridge.  Killed  near  Lens  on 
26th  June  1917.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SCOTT,  MUNRO  BRIGGS  (b.  1889). 

Buckhaven   School.     Student   of  Arts  and    Science,  1907-14;    M.A.   1910;   B.Sc. 

Botanical    Expert   at   Kew    Gardens.  Royal    Scots,   Lieut.     France.     Killed   at 

Arras  on  i2th  April  19^7.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SCOTT,  WILLIAM  DUNCAN  HEWETT  (b.  1892). 

Dollar  Academy  ;  Dux;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1906-9,  Col.-Sergeant.  Student 
of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1909-14;  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1909  to 
Nov.  1911,  Cadet.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914.  4th  Gordon 
Highlanders,  Private;  L/Corporal.  France.  Killed  near  Kemmel,  Belgium, 
on  i7th  March  1915.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SCOUGAL,  ALEC  GRAHAM  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Glasgow  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-10; 
M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1910.  Schoolmaster.  4th,  I5th,  and  I7th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Oct.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain  and  Adjutant;  Lieut-Col.  France.  M.C. 
Feb.  1917.  Wounded  Aug.  1916.  Killed  near  Ypres  on  i8th  September 
1918.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SELKIRK,  JAMES  FREDERICK  (b.  1878). 

George  Watson's  College.     Student  of  Medicine;    M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1904. 

Royal     Naval     Reserve     (Booth     Line),     M.O.     Aug.     1914.  Died     in     July 

I9I7-  PI.  LXXIII. 


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SENTER,  JOHN  WATT  (b.  1879). 

Kildrummy  School.  Student  of  Medicine  and  Science,  1904-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910; 
B.Sc.  1912.  South  African  Campaign,  1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917. 
Died  of  wounds  on  9th  June  1918. 

SETON,  MILES  CHARLES  CARISTON  (b.  1885). 

Royal  High  School  and  Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1891-1900; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Major.  Died  at  London 
on  1 3th  January  1919. 

SHANNON,  JOHN  JAMES  (b.  1879). 

High  School,  Dumfries.  Studtnt  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  April 
1916;  Captain.  Attached  Berkshire  Yeomanry;  Hon.  Artillery  Coy.  and 
Lincolnshire  Yeomanry.  Egypt  May  1916;  Alexandria,  Palestine.  Killed 
near  Jerusalem  on  29th  November  1917.  PI.  LXXIII. 

SHARP,  JOHN  GORDON  (b.  1863). 

Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  CM.  1891;  M.D.  1896.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915. 
Tyne  Garrison.  Died  in  October  1917.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SHAW,  JOHN  DONALD  (b.  1887). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1909-12.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1911. 
3/9th  and  I3th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut. 
Sept.  1917.  France  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  26th  July  1918.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SHAW,  ROBERT  DYKES  SOMERVILLE  (b.  1894). 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1907-12,  Cadet  Corporal.  University 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  7th  and  loth  Sealorth  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut,  and  Captain  Oct.  1916.  France  Oct.  1915. 
Wounded  April  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  March  1918.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SHAW,  WILLIAM  VAUGHAN  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Dollar  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1909-10. 
2nd  Scots  Guards,  Private  Aug.  1914.  Flanders  Nov.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in 
France  on  i8th  December  1914.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SHENNAN,  JOHN  ERIC  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1908-9.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1912.  South  African  Defence  Force.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov. 
1914;  Lieut;  Captain  1917.  South  African  Rebellion,  German  South-West  and 
German  East  Africa;  ist  E.A.  Exp.  Force,  Tonga.  Died  at  Johannesburg  of 
malaria  on  25th  November  1918.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SHIRLAW,  NINIAN  FREDERICK  (b.  1895). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to 
June  1915,  Cadet.  8th  and  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
July  1915  ;  Corporal.  France  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  i6th  May 
1917.  PI.  LXXIV. 

92 


PLATE    I.XXIV. 


J.  G.  SHARP. 


K.  1).  S.  SHAW. 


N.  F.  SHIRLAW. 


W.  V.  SHAW. 


J.  E.  SHENNAN. 


IX  T.  SIMPSON. 


G.  IX  SIMPSON. 


H.  J.  SIMPSON. 


PLATE   LXXV. 


J.  C.  SIMPSON. 


D.   W.    Sl.N-CI.AIK. 


P.  S.  SLADE-KING. 


FRANK  SINGLETON. 


H.  A.  SMALL. 


C.  E.  H.  SMITH. 


W.  E.  A.  SMALL. 


JOHN  SMALL. 


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SIMPSON,  DUGALD  THOMAS  (b.  1899). 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17.  i/7th  Royal  High- 
landers (Black  Watch),  Private  April  1917.  France.  Missing,  presumed  killed 
between  9th  and  i$th  April  1918.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SIMPSON,  GEORGE  DUDDINGSTON  (b.  1885). 

Daniel    Stewart's    College.     Student   of  Arts;    M.A.    1906.  5th  and   4th  Royal 

Scots,  Private   Nov.    1914 ;    L/Corporal ;   2nd  Lieut.  March  1917.     France  April 

1917.     Killed  near  Ypres  on  22nd  October  1917.  PL  LXXIV. 

SIMPSON,  HAROLD  JAMES  (b.  1892). 

Falkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-13.  4th  Royal  Scots.  43rd 
Canadian  Cameron  Highlanders,  Private  Dec.  1914.  France  1915.  Died  of 
wounds  at  Ypres  on  I5th  May  1916.  PI.  LXXIV. 

SIMPSON,  JAMES  CHRISTIAN  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Royal  High  School.  M.A.  (Camb.) ;  M.B.,  CM. 
1887  ;  M.D.  1895.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  March  1915.  ist  Eastern  General  Hospital. 
Died  on  27th  June  1919.  PI.  LXXV. 

SINCLAIR,  DAVID  W.  (b.  1896). 

Annan  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Feb.  1916  to  July  1918,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  RA.M.C,  attached  nth 
Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Aug.  1918.  Died  of  wounds  near  Courtrai,  Belgium,  on 
22nd  October  1918.  PI.  LXXV. 

SINGLETON,  FRANK  (b.   1894). 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1914  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.,  Private,  ist  Welsh  Field  Ambulance,  Sierra  Leone  Detachment.  Died 
at  Freetown,  West  Africa,  on  nth  September  1918.  PI.  LXXV. 

SLADE-KING,  PHILIP  SLADE  (b.  1890). 

King's  College,  Taunton.  Student  of  Science,  1907-13;  B.Sc.  1913.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Feb.  1910  to  Oct.  1912  and  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  Lovat  Scouts, 
Private  Oct.  1914.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  1915.  ist  Norfolk 
Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Lieut.  Nov.  1917.  France  Nov.  1914;  Meso- 
potamia Nov.  1916.  Intelligence  and  Political  Officer.  Wounded  Jan.  1916. 
Died  at  Minjuna  in  Mesopotamia  on  I3th  May  1918.  PI.  LXXV. 

SMALL,  HUGH  ALEXANDER  (b.  1891). 

Methodist  College,  Belfast,  and  Trinity  College,  Dublin.  Student  of  Divinity, 
1914-15.  O.T.C.  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915.  i6th  and  2Oth  King's  Liverpool  Regi- 
ment, 2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  M.C.  May  1916.  France.  Killed  at  Trones  Wood, 
Battle  of  the  Somme,  on  i  ith  July  1916.  PI.  LXXV. 

93 


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SMALL,  JAMES  BRUCE  (b.  1896). 

Lasswade  School.  Student  of  Science,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1915 
to  June  1916,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Pioneer  June  1916.  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 

1917.  R.F.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917;   Lieut.  April   1918;    Pilot  Instructor  May 

1918.  France  July   1916   and   July   1918.     Killed   in  action  in  France  on  2nd 
August  1918.  PI.  LXXV. 

SMALL,  JOHN  (b.  1887). 

Dundee  High  School.  M.A.  (St  Andrews)  1906 ;  Student  of  Arts  and  La\v, 
1906-9;  LL.B.  1909.  Advocate,  1913.  ijth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914. 
9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Lieut.  1915.  France.  Killed  near 
Vermelles,  Battle  of  Loos,  on  2gth  April  1916.  PI.  LXXV. 

SMALL,  WILLIAM  ERNEST  ALEXANDER  (b.  1891). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1908-10.  Royal  Horse  Guards  ("The 
Blues") Trooper  Dec.  1914;  L/Corporal  March  1915.  France.  Killed  at  Vermelles, 
Battle  of  Loos,  on  26th  September  1915.  PI.  LXXV. 

SMITH,  CHARLES  EDGAR  HOLTON  (b.  1884). 

Chigwell  School ;  Athletics.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-9.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  ; 
L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1911.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1907-8.  Italian  Turkish  War,  Surgeon 
1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1915.  Serbia  1915;  Malta  July 
1915;  France  1916.  Attached  lo/nth  Highland  Light  Infantry.  Order  of  St 
Sava  (5th  Class),  1915.  Killed  at  Martinpuich  on  i6th  September  1916.  PI.  LXXV. 

SMITH,  GEORGE  BUCHANAN  (b.  1890). 

Glasgow  Academy ;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1907.  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  (Glasg.) 
1912.  O.T.C.  (Glasgow)  1909-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  LL.B.  (Aberdeen)  1914. 
Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  ist,  2nd,  and  3rd  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914.  France.  Twice  wounded,  Kemmel  and  Wytschaete,  Dec.  1914. 
Killed  near  Vermelles,  Battle  of  Loos,  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  LXXVi. 

SMITH,  GEORGE  PRINGLE  (b.  1892). 

Linlithgow  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Maths.);  B.Sc.  (Distinction,  Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.)  1914.  ist,  6th,  and  nth 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  France  Oct. 
1915.  Killed  in  action  in  April  1917.  PI.  LXXVI. 

SMITH,  HARRY  GORDON  (b.  1898). 

Perth  Academy,  and  St  Bees,  Cumberland.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1915-16,  Cadet  Sergeant;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  4th  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Killed  near  Lake  Doiran, 
Macedonia,  on  I3th  March  1918.  PI.  LXXVI. 

94 


PLATE   LXXVI. 


H.  GORDON  SMITH. 


G.  B.  SMITH. 


G.  P.  SMITH. 


H.  GRAHAM  SMITH. 


J.  M.  SMITH. 


.1.  R.  D.  SMITH. 


S.  K.  SMITH. 


N.  McN.  SMITH. 


\V.  W.  SMITH. 


PLATE   LXXVII. 


VV.   !•'.   SOMERVAIL. 


D.  S.  SPENCE. 


Ii.  M.  SI-CUR. 


DANIEL  STALKER. 


R.  B.  STEELE. 


J.  S.  STEVENSON. 


A.  C.  STEWART. 


N.  W.  STEVENS. 


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SMITH,  HARRY  GRAHAM  (b.  1862). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1878.  L.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1883; 
L.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1884;  L.D.S.  (Edin.)  H.M.S.  Transport  Panoras,  M.O.  Aug. 
1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  Lost  at  Sea  on  Hospital 
Ship  Salta  on  nth  April  1917.  PI.  LXXVi. 

SMITH,  IAN  STUART  (b.  1895). 

Alnwick  Grammar  and  Kelso  High  Schools.  Student  of  Law,  1915-16.  R.G.A., 
38th  Welsh  Heavy  Battery,  Gunner.  Died  of  wounds  on  1st  July  1917. 

SMITH,  JAMES  MONTAGUE  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1906-10,  Cadet  Col.-Sergeant.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1910-14.  Thomson  Scholar,  1910.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1910  to 
June  1911,  Cadet.  5th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1911;  Lieut.  1912.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1914.  Machine-Gun  Officer  and  Acting  Adjutant.  Gallipoli  March  1915. 
Wounded  on  1st  and  died  on  2nd  May  1915.  PI.  LXXVI. 

SMITH,  JOHN  RANKIN  DONALD  (b.  1886). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-7;  M.A.  1907.  Minister 
of  United  Free  Church,  Ayr.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  Private  Dec.  1915.  2nd 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  1916.  France  Oct.  1916.  Killed  in  action 
on  3  ist  July  1917.  PI.  LXXVI. 

SMITH,  NORMAN  McNEILL  (b.  1895). 

Merchiston     Castle.       University     O.T.C.     Infantry,     Oct.  1914,    Cadet.       2ist 

Northumberland    Fusiliers    (2nd    Tyneside    Scottish),    2nd  Lieut.    March    1915. 

Killed  at  the  Battle  of  the  Somme  on  ist  July  1916.  PI.  LXXVI. 

SMITH,  SIDNEY  FRASER  (b.  1895). 

Stirling  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Dec.  1915  to  April  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1916.  R.F.A.,  256th  Brigade, 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  France  Jan.  1917.  Port-le-Grande,  Arras,  and 
Ypres.  Wounded  July  and  died  at  Ypres  on  3rd  September  1917.  PI.  LXXVI. 

SMITH,  WILLIAM  WATSON  (b.  1891). 

Maggieknockater  School,  Banffshire.  Student  of  Law,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
June  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France. 
Died  of  wounds  at  No.  2  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Rouen,  on  i8th  October 
1916.  PI.  LXXVI. 

SOMERVAIL,  WILLIAM  FULTON  (b.  1890). 

Loretto.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14.  3rd  and  2nd  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  June  1915;  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1917; 
Brigade  Major  Jan.  1918.  France;  Neuve  Chapelle  and  Ypres.  M.C.  and  D.S.O. 
Dispatches  May  1915,  Nov.  1917  and  Nov.  1918.  Twice  wounded.  Killed  in 
action  on  4th  October  1918.  PI.  LXXVII. 

95 


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SPENCE,  DAVID  STEWART  (b.  1892). 

Stromness  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1912-15;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  66th  Brigade,  ijth 
Division,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Gallipoli.  Killed  at  Helles  on  I3th  December 
1915.  PI.  LXXVII. 

SPENCE,  JOHN  DICK  WHITE  (b.  1883). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1903-5.  Chartered  Accountant,  1907. 
Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  Nov.  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France 
on  3 ist  August  1916. 

SPOOR,  HERBERT  MATHER  (b.  1872). 

Kingsuood  School,  Bath.  Student  of  Medicine,  1902-8 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908. 
R. A. M.C.,  attached  R.G.A.,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain.  M.C.  1917.  France. 
Killed  at  Ypres  on  I3th  December  1917.  PI.  LXXVII. 

SPROTT,  DOUGLAS  ANDREW  (b.  1893). 

Appleby  and  Bedford  Grammar  Schools.  O.T.C.  1909-11.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  4th  Border 
Regiment,  Aug.  1914.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb. 
1916;  Captain  May  1917.  Burmah  1914;  Mesopotamia  1917.  Died  at  Bagdad 
on  4th  January  1918.  PI.  LXXVII. 

STALKER,  DANIEL  (b.  1890). 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-14;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1913. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  April  1912,  Cadet.  Surrey  Rifles,  Private 
Aug.  1914.  R.F.A.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Acting  Captain  Aug.  1917.  France. 
Wounded  Sept.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  at  Yentelle  near  Amiens  on  I2th  April 
1918.  PI.  LXXVII. 

STANFORD,  JAMES  VESEY  (b.  1893). 

Rugby.  O.T.C.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed. 

STEEL,  ARTHUR  ROBERT 

Student  of  Medicine.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1885.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon.  Lost 
at  sea  on  28th  February  1917. 

STEELE,  ROBERT  BALFOUR  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College ;  Dux ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1904-9 ;  M.A. 
(Hons.  Maths.)  1909.  Student,  Cambridge  University.  Calcutta  Light  Horse, 
1914.  I.A.R.O.  nth  Lancers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  attached  R.F.C.  1917. 
Egypt.  Died  of  wounds  in  German  prison  on  22nd  October  1917.  PI.  LXXVII. 

96 


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STEVENS,  NORMAN  WALTER  (b.  1887). 

Norwich  Grammar  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1910.  First  XV.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1912;  Captain  1914;  Brevet  Major  1917. 
France  Aug.  1914.  Injured  at  Mons ;  invalided  home.  France  1915.  Wounded 

1917.  Dispatches    1917.      Bombay   Aug.    1918.      Died   of   typhoid    fever    and 
pneumonia  at  Bombay  on  27th  July  1919.  PI.  LXXVII. 

STEVENSON,  JOHN  SCOTT  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Royal  Scots,  $ist 
Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  R.E.,  9th  Division,  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  France 
1915  and  1918.  Invalided  home  autumn  1916.  Gassed  and  wounded  near 
Ypres  on  4th  and  died  at  Casualty  Clearing  Station  on  8th  October 

1918.  PI.  LXXVII. 

STEWART,  ALEXANDER  CHARLES  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College ;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1903-7  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics) 
1907.  London  Scottish,  Private  Sept.  1914.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Army 
Cyclist  Corps,  Captain.  France  April  1916.  Wounded  and  missing,  presumed 
killed  near  Bailleul  on  I2th  April  1918.  PI.  LXXVII. 

STEWART,  ALEXANDER  VIVIAN  (6.  1895). 

Ewart  High  School  and  Boroughmuir  School ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Sept.  1914.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  France, 
the  Somme,  and  Ypres.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Arras  on  23rd  April  1917. 

PL  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  CHARLES  EDWARD  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1908-11.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1912.  1 5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  loth  Durham  Light  Infantry 
Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1916.  France  Aug.  1915;  the  Somme.  M.C. 
(posthumous).  Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  Arras  and  died  at  43rd  Casualty 
Clearing  Station  near  Arras  on  roth  April  1917.  PL  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  FRANCIS  WILLIAM  (b.  1893). 

Premnay  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  April  1914 
to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  Merchant  Service,  S.S.  Nonvegian,  4th  Engineer.  Lost 
at  sea  owing  to  ship  being  mined  off  the  Irish  Coast  on  i3th  March 
1917.  PL  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  FREDERIC  ARNOLD  (b.  1893). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Athletics.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14.  C.D.A.  i5th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  loth  Durham  Light  Infantry,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914. 
France  Aug.  1915.  Battle  of  Ypres.  Wounded  twice  near  Flers,  Somme,  on 
i6th  September  1916  and  died  the  same  day.  PL  LXXVIII. 

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STEWART,  JAMES  AITCHISON  (b.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Institution  and  Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-11. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Nov.  1910,  Cadet.  7th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  1911 
to  May  1914.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  R.F.C., 
Lieut.  1915.  France.  M.C.  Died  of  wounds  at  Havre  on  nth  October 
1916.  PI.  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  JAMES  FLEMING  (b.  1894). 

Premnay  School  and  Fettes  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal 
Aug.  1914.  France.  Died  of  gas  poisoning  on  28th  June  1916.  PI.  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  JOHN  JAMES  ERSKINE  BROWN  (b.  1885). 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Malvern  College.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law, 
1911-14;  LL.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Seaforth  High- 
landers, 2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914.  Resigned  owing  to  defective  eyesight.  i8th 
Royal  Fusiliers  (Public  Schools  Battalion),  Private  Jan.  1915.  7th  attached  I2th 
Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  France  Nov.  1915.  Wounded  on  9th  April 
and  died  at  Le  Touquet  on  I2th  June  1917.  PI.  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  JOHN  KENNEDY  (b.  1896). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  i6th  and  4th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Dec.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917.  France  Jan.  to  July  1917.  Egypt  and 
Palestine  Aug.  to  Nov.  1917.  Died  of  wounds  on  4th  November  1917. 

STEWART,  JOHN  WALCOT  (b.  1885). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1904-8.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1909. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  Aug.  1914.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France  Jan.  1916.  M.C.  Feb.  1916.  Wounded  Feb. 
1916.  Killed  at  La  Croiselle  near  Cambrai  on  2ist  March  1918.  PI.  LXXVIII. 

STEWART,  MUNGO  (b.  1893). 

Perth  Academy;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1911-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  55th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug. 
1914;  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  France,  Egypt,  India,  and  Mesopotamia.  Dispatches 
April  1917.  Wounded  at  the  Battle  of  Loos.  Died  of  wounds  at  Relief  of  Kut, 
Mesopotamia,  on  7th  February  1917.  PI.  LXXIX. 

STEWART,  NATHANIEL  WILLIAM  (b.   1891). 

Ewart  High  School  and  Boroughmuir  School ;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts, 
Medicine  and  Science,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1910  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet 
L/Corporal.  7th  Royal  Scots,  attached  R.F.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914.  Gallipoli  Aug.  1916.  Egypt.  Killed  while  directing  fire  of  H.M.S. 
Fox  off  Chermwej  on  Red  Sea  on  23rd  January  1917.  PI.  LXXVIII. 

98 


PLATE   LXXVIir. 


J.  J.  E.  B.  STEWART. 


A.  V.  STEWART. 


N.  W.  STEWART. 


J.  W.  STEWART. 


F.  A.  STEWART. 


C.  E.  STEWART. 


F.  W.  STEWART. 


J.  F.  STEWART. 


J.  A.  STEWART. 


PLATE   LXXIX. 


^ 


.Mt;.Ni;o  STEWART. 


THOMAS  STKWAR  r. 


STEWART. 


U.  \V.  STRATH AIRN. 


J.  B.  STHANI;. 


A.  C.  STRUTHERS. 


v 


VV.  M.  STURROCK. 


J.  (i.  SUTHERLANII. 


A.  E.  SUTHERLAND. 


Roll   of  the   Fallen 

STEWART,  ROBERT  (b.  1891). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-12;  M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster. 
8th  Royal  Scots  (College  Coy.),  Private  Sept.  1914.  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  May  1915.  France.  Killed  in  action  on  1st 
July  1916.  PL  LXXIX. 

STEWART,  THOMAS  (b.  1891). 

George    Heriot's   School.     Student   of  Arts,  1915-16.  8th    Royal    Scots,   Major. 

France  1914.     Dispatches.    M.C.  and  Bar.     Killed  in  action  on   I2th  September 

1917.  PI.  LXXIX. 

STOKES,  MAURICE  ARTHUR. 

M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  June  to  Dec.  1918.  Died  of 
influenza  on  3ist  March  1919. 

STRANG,  JAMES  BUCHANAN  (b.  1889). 

Ardrishaig  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1908-14;  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  March  1910  to  July  1913,  Cadet.  I7th  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1915.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  3Oth  July  1916.  PI.  LXXIX. 

STRATHAIRN,  HUBERT  WILLIAM  (b.  1883). 

Morrison's  Academy,  CriefT.  Student  of  Arts,  1900-5  ;  M.A.  1905.  B.A.  (Oxford). 
Schoolmaster.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915. 
Wounded  at  Beaumont  Hamel,  the  Somme,  and  died  at  Varennes  on  i6th 
November  1916.  PI.  LXXIX. 

STRUTHERS,  ANDREW  CRAIG  (b.  1895). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  June 
1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  loth  and  I2th  Scottish  Rifles  (Cameronians),  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1915.  France  May  1916.  Killed  near  Contalmaison  (Battle  of  the  Somme) 
on  I4th  September  1916.  PI.  LXXIX. 

STUART,  JOHN  (b.  1898). 

Haileybury.  O.T.C.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1916  to  April  1917, 
Cadet.  3rd,  9th,  and  4/5th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut. 
France  Dec.  1917.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Buzancy  on  28th  July  1918. 

STUART,  WILLIAM  GRANT  SPRUELL  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College  ;  School  Captain.  Cadet  Corps,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Arts,  1908-14;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  1910 
to  Feb.  1911,  Cadet.  Scottish  Horse,  Private  1914.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain  Sept.  1915.  France.  Battles  of  Loos,  Somme, 
and  Ancre.  M.C.  Dec.  1916.  Wounded  Sept.  1915.  Killed  at  Arras  on  23rd 
April  1917. 

99 


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STURROCK,  WILLIAM  MALCOLM  (b.  1860). 

Madras  Academy,  St  Andrews.  Student  of  Medicine,  1877-83;  M.B.,  CM.  1883. 
R.A.M.C.,  ist  South  Midland  Field  Ambulance,  Lieut. -Col.  Died  at  Birmingham 
on  2ist  November  1918.  PI.  LXXix. 

SUTHERLAND,  ANDERSON  (b.  1894). 

Merchiston  Castle;  Athletics.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Major.  M.C.  Aug.  1917.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918.  Wounded  on 
28th  Oct.  and  died  in  November  1918. 

SUTHERLAND,  ANDREW  ERNEST  (b.  1892). 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  1913  to  Aug. 
1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  67th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914  ;  Lieut.  Killed  in  action 
in  Macedonia  on  3rd  October  1916.  PI.  LXXIX. 

SUTHERLAND,  JOHN  GEORGE  (b.  1889). 

Galashiels  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine  1909-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1911 
to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal,  nth  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug. 
1914.  France  May  1915.  Wounded  on  zoth  and  died  on  nth  August  1915  in 
France.  PI.  LXXix. 

SUTHERLAND,  JOHN  MACINTYRE  (b.  1879). 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1898-1902  ;  M.  A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1902.  School- 
master. 9th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  France  Aug.  1916.  Killed 
near  Roeux  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  LXXX. 

SWAN,  GEORGE  HARRY  (b.  1895). 

George   Watson's   College.      Student    of    Science,  1913-14.      ist    Royal    Scots 

Fusiliers,   2nd    Lieut.    Oct.    1914.     France.     Killed  near    Bazentin-le-Grand    on 

I4th  July  1916.  PI.  LXXX. 

SYMINGTON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1865). 

Edinburgh    Institution.      Student   of  Medicine;    M.B.,   C.M.  1886.      4th  Border 

Regiment,  Surgeon-Major,  July  1891.     Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Died  at  Brampton, 

Cumberland,  on  3rd  September  1916.  PI.  LXXX. 

SYMONS,  FRANK  ALBERT  (b.  1869). 

Dalhousie  College,  Nova  Scotia.  Student  of  Medicine,  1887-91  ;  M.B.,  C.M. 
1891.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1893  ;  Major  Oct.  1904;  Lieut-Col.  1915  ;  Temp.  Colonel 
Nov.  1915.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  France  1914.  Mons,  Marne, 
and  Aisne.  Thrice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  D.S.O.  Feb.  1915;  C.M.G.  Jan. 
1917.  Killed  in  action  on  3Oth  April  1917.  PI.  LXXX. 

TAGGART,  HENRY  RAWSON  (b.  1898). 

Glasgow  Academy.  O.T.C.  1915-16.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1916 
to  April  1917,  Cadet  L/Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917.  3rd  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  ist  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch).  France  May  1918.  Killed  near  Hohenzollern  Redoubt  on  24th  July 
I9i<s-  PI. 


PLATE   L.XXX. 


J.  M.  SUTHERLAND. 


WM.  SYMINGTON. 


G.  H.  SWAN. 


F.  A.  SYMONS. 


H.  R.  TAGGART. 


A.  S.  TAYLOR. 


S.  G.  TAYLOR. 


VV.  C.  TAYLOR. 


PLATE  LX.XXI. 


A.  S.  TENNANT. 


B.  C.  TENNENT. 


W.  F.  TK.VIM.ETON. 


C,  C.  THOKHUKN. 


.1.  C.  THAANUM. 


!•'.  G.  THATCH  KK. 


A.  \V.  THOMSON. 


A.  (;.  THUMSON. 


A.  A.  THOMSON. 


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TAYLOR,  ALFRED  SQUIRE  (b.  1889). 

Campbell  College,  Belfast.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
President,  University  Union.  First  XV.  O.T.C.  Medical,  June  1910  to  Nov. 
1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain;  attached  Highland  Light 
Infantry.  Killed  in  action  on  3ist  July  1917.  PL  LXXX. 

TAYLOR,  HENRY  YOUNG  CAMERON  (b.  1872). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1891-6;  M.B.,  C.M.  1896; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1905.  French  Red  Cross,  Dunkirk,  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain 
1915.  Hampstead  Military  Hospital.  Hospital  Ship  Britannia  and  Netley 
Hospital.  Died  at  Netley  on  2$th  August  1917.  PL  LXXX. 

TAYLOR,  STANLEY  GORDON  (b.  1896). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Football  and  Shooting.  O.T.C.  1911-14.  Student  of  Arts, 
1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1914  to  May  1915,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A. 
(S.R.),  38th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  France  Sept.  1915.  6th  Division. 
Ypres  and  the  Somme.  Killed  at  Ginchy  on  2ist  October  1916.  PL  LXXX. 

TAYLOR,  WILLIAM  CURRIE  (b.  1895). 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1911-15;  M.A. ;  B.Sc.  1918. 
President,  Chemical  Society.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet 
Bombardier.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain 
Nov.  1917.  Died  of  pneumonia  at  Leith  on  7th  November  1918.  PL  LXXX. 

TEMPLEMAN,  CHARLES  (b.  1858). 

Dundee  High  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1879;  M.D.  1890;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1892;  D.Sc. 
(P.H.)  1894.  Lecturer  on  Medical  Jurisprudence  and  Public  Health,  St  Andrews 
University.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain.  Died  at  Dundee  on  2Oth  January  1918. 

TEMPLETON,  WILLIAM  FOWLER  (b.  1889). 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-11;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Engl.)  1911.  4th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  June  1915. 
Egypt  and  Palestine  Jan.  1916  to  April  1918.  France  1918.  Wounded  April 
and  Nov.  1917.  Killed  at  Cambrai  on  ist  October  1918.  PL  LXXXI. 

TENNANT,  ALEXANDER  SMITH  (b.  1888). 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-14;  M.A., 
B.Sc.  1913.  Schoolmaster.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Nov.  1914.  I2th  Scottish 
Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  9th  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  Dec.  1916. 
Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  France.  Dispatches  (Givenchy)  1916  and  (Poelcapelle) 

1917.  Wounded   Aug.    1917.     Killed   at  Beauchamp  Ridge  on  27th  September 

1918.  PL  LXXXI. 

TENNENT,  BERNARD  CHARLES  (b.  1882). 

Port  Chalmers  High  School,  New  Zealand.  Student  of  Medicine,  1904-10;  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1913.  Athletics.  Duchess  of  Sutherland's  Hospital,  Dunkirk. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Captain  1916;  Major  May  1918.  M.C.  and  Bar. 
Wounded  June  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  22nd  August  1918.  PL  LXXXI. 

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THAANUM,  JAMES  CONRAD  (b.  1888). 

Wallasey  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-14;  M.A.  1912. 
R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  Died  of  wounds  on  2Oth  August  1915.  PI.  LXXXI. 

THATCHER,  FRANCIS  GEOFFREY  (b.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-13;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C., 
Infantry  Oct.  1908  to  Dec.  1913,  Cadet  Col.-Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  2nd 
Royal  West  Surrey  Regiment,  Lieut.  July  1914;  Captain  March  1915  ;  Acting  Major 
Feb.  1918.  Hospital  Ships  Emeraldes  and  Grantully  Castle.  France  1914  and 
1917.  No.  13  General  Hospital,  25th  and  I36th  Field  Ambulances.  D.A.D.M.S. 
(4Oth  Division),  May  1917.  M.C.  1918.  Wounded  at  first  Battle  of  Ypres  in  Oct. 
1914  and  again  on  3Oth  May  and  died  on  ist  June  1918.  .PL  LXXXI. 

THOMSON,  ALAN  GRAHAM  (b.  1882). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Dux  1900;  First  XV.  and  XI.  B.A.  (Hons.)  (Oxford). 
Student  of  Law,  1904-7.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1907.  2nd  and  7th  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut;  Captain.  France  Oct.  1916.  Killed  at  Zonnebeke 
near  Ypres  on  26th  September  1917.  PI.  LXXXI. 

THOMSON,  ALEXANDER  ANDERSON  (b.  1895). 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
May  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1915.  France. 
Killed  in  action  at  Arras  on  gth  April  1917.  PI.  LXXXI. 

THOMSON,  ANDREW  WILLIAM  (b.  1896). 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1910-14,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15. 
Public  Schools  Battn.  4th  Royal  Fusiliers,  Private  Nov.  1914.  9th  North 
Stafford  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  France  July  1915.  Killed  near 
Monchy-le-Preux,  Arras,  on  3oth  May  1917.  PL  LXXXI. 

THOMSON,  CHARLES  (b.  1891). 

Campbell  College,  Belfast.  Student  of  Law,  1911-15.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1915.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Nov.  1915;  L/Sergeant  May  1916.  France. 
Killed  in  action  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  ERIC  JAMES  (b.  1893). 

Edinburgh   Academy.     O.T.C.    1909-11.     Student  of  Law,   1913-14.     7th   Royal 

Scots,  2nd  iLieut.  April  1914;  Lieut.  Aug.   1914.  Gallipoli.     Killed  in  action  at 

the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915.  PL  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  FRANCIS  WISHART  (b.  1891). 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Oxford  University.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law, 
1909-10.  7th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  on  28th  June  1915. 

102 


PLATE 


• 


F.  WYVII.I.H  THOMSON. 


(..'HARI.KS  THOMSON. 


H.  J.  THOMSON. 


HAI.IMNE  THOMSON. 


J.  H.  THOMSON. 


.1.  S.  THOMSON. 


S.  J.  K.  THOMSON. 


J.  W.  THOMSON. 


WILLIAM  THOMSON. 


PLATE   LXXXIII. 


G.  M.  THORNTON. 


L.  I.  L.  THORNTON-. 


A.  L.  THOKNLHY. 


W.  L.  TOD. 


THOMAS  TODRICK. 


DANIEL  TORKANCK. 


).  J.  Tour, H. 


JOHN  TULLOCH. 


S.  \.  Ton  MIN. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

THOMSON,  FRANK  WYVILLE  (/;.   1860). 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1877-86;  M.A. 
1880;  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  1892;  D.T.M.  (Liverpool). 
Indian  Medical  Service.  Retired.  R.A.M.C.,  O.C.  2nd  Scottish  General 
Hospital,  1908-11.  Tay  Defences,  Lieut-Col.,  Aug.  1914  to  Dec.  1917.  Died 
at  Linlithgow  on  27th  May  1918.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  HALDANE  (b.  1890). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1908-12;  B.Sc. 
(Distinction)  1912.  1851  Exhibitioner,  Industrial  Bursar.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
1910-13,  Cadet  Corporal.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse  for  two  years.  I2th 
Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut,  ist  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
1915.  Gallipoli.  Missing,  presumed  killed  on  4th  June  1915.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  JOHN  HARVEY  (b.  1898). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1916  to  May  1917, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  May  1917.  5th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
Oct.  1917.  R.A.F.,  Cadet  Dec.  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  (Observer)  July  1918.  France; 
Marne,  and  Somme.  Killed  near  Thulin  on  9th  October  1918.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  JOHN  SNADDON  (b.  1891). 

Alloa  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-13  ;  M.A.  1913.  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders, 
Private.  France.  Killed  at  Passchendaele  on  4th  October  1917.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  JOHN  WILLIAM  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-14;  M.A. 
(Hons.  Maths.)  1914;  B.Sc.  (Special  Distinction,  Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.).  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut. 
Attached  R.E.,  5th  Field  Survey  Battn.  (Sound  Ranging).  France  Dec.  1917. 
Died  of  pneumonia  at  Glasgow  on  4th  February  1919.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  SYDNEY  JAMES  KERR  (b.  1888). 

Loretto.  Student  of  Science,  1906-10  ;  B.Sc.  1910.  Public  Schools  Battn.  Royal 
Fusiliers,  Private  Sept.  1914.  ist  and  3rd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb. 
1915.  France  June  1915.  Machine-Gun  Officer.  Dispatches  Nov.  1915.  Wounded 
at  Sanctuary  Wood,  Hooge,  on  25th  Sept.  and  died  at  Wimereux  on  I2th 
October  1915.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THOMSON,  WILLIAM  (b.  1895). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Aug.  1914.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  LXXXII. 

THORBURN,  CHRISTOPHER  COWAN  (b.  1894). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Law,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914 
to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet  Sergeant,  nth  attached  ist  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1917.  France.  Killed  at  Infantry  Hill,  Arras,  on 
1 4th  June  1917.  PI.  LXXXI. 

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THORNLEY,  ARTHUR  LINCOLN  (b.  1884). 

Bolton  High  School,  and  Epworth  College,  Rhyl.  Student  of  Medicine ;  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1907.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Died  on  service  in  April  1916.  PI.  Lxxxin. 

THORNTON,  GEORGE  MUIR  (b.  1882). 

Merchiston  Castle.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1904-8;  LL.B.  (Distinction) 
1907.  Advocate,  1910.  loth  and  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Captain  Jan.  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  Flanders  on  22nd  August  1917. 

PI.  LXXXIII. 

THORNTON,  LESLIE  IRVINE  LUMSDEN  (b.  1889). 

Haileybury.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1907-10 ;  M.A.  1910 ;  LL.B.  Malayan 
Contingent,  Private  Nov.  1914,  i6th  Cavalry  (Indian  Army),  Lieut.  Dec.  1914. 
India  Dec.  1914.  Persia,  Battle  of  Shaiba,  Feb.  1915.  Dispatches  Aug.  and 
Sept.  1915.  Killed  in  action  near  Bushire  on  9th  September  1915.  PI.  LXXXIII. 

TOD,  WILLIAM  LENNOX  (b.  1887). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1905-13.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Jan. 
1910  to  Dec.  1911,  Cadet  Sergeant.  A.M.I.C.E.  1912.  i$th  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  1915;  Captain  1916.  France  Jan.  1916.  Wounded 
at  Vimy  Ridge  on  9th  and  died  at  Camiers  on  29th  April  1917.  PI.  LXXXIII. 

TODRICK,  THOMAS  (b.  1880). 

Student  of  Law,  1900-4.     Writer  to  the  Signet,  1904.     8th  Royal  Scots,  Captain. 

Mobilised    Aug.    1914.     France    Nov.     1914.     Dispatches.  Killed    in    action    in 

Northern  France  on  I5th  December  1914.  PI.  LXXXIII. 

TORRANCE,  DANIEL  (b.  1899). 

Stranraer  Academy  and  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17.  Royal  Marine 
Light  Infantry,  Private  April  1917.  France,  63rd  Naval  Division.  Killed  at 
the  breaking  of  Hindenburg  Line  on  2nd  September  1918.  PI.  LXXXIII. 

TOUGH,  JOHN  JAMES  (b.  1888). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917; 
Captain  May  1918.  India,  Italy,  and  France.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on 
6th  October  1918.  PI.  LXXXIII. 

TOULMIN,  STEWART  NEWNHAM  (b.  1892). 

Wei-hai-wei  School,  China.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
May  1911  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Probationer, 
Dec.  1914.  Surgeon,  H.M.  Ships  Duke  of  Cornwall  and  Endymion.  Killed  in 
action  on  ist  August  1917.  PI.  LXXXIII. 

TULLOCH,  JOHN  (b.  1894). 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-16.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
March  1916.  France  Aug.  1916.  Killed  at  Martinpuich,  Somme,  on  i5th 
September  1915.  PL  LXXXIII. 

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TULLOCH,  WILLIAM  (l>.  1891). 

Student    of   Arts,    1909-13;    M.A.  (Hons.    Engl.)    1913.     Machine-Gun   Corps, 

2nd    Lieut.   Sept.    1914.     France.  Killed    at    the    Battle    of   the    Somme    on 

20th  July  1916.  PI.  LXXXIV. 

TURNBULL,  ALFRED  EDWARD  (b.  1881). 

Blairlodge  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1901-7  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  Resident, 
Royal  Infirmary,  1908-9.  Royal  Naval  Reserve,  Jan.  1912.  Surgeon  Aug.  1914, 
H.M.S.  Cressy.  Killed  in  action  through  sinking  of  Cressy  on  22nd  September 
1914.  PI.  LXXXIV. 

TYTLER,  JAMES  HALL  (b.  1889). 

Kingussie  School  (Medallist).  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1908-14;  M.A.  1911. 
3/9th  Durham  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  France.  Wounded  at  High  Wood,  the 
Somme,  on  I5th  and  died  on  i6th  September  1916.  PI.  XCIV. 

UNDERWOOD,  GEORGE  MILNE  (b.  1897). 

Merchiston  Castle;  O.T.C.  1912-15.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  May  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  Jan.  1916. 
R.F.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  6th  March  1917.  PI.  LXXXIV. 

USHER,  JOHN  MILNE  (b.  1885). 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1905-8.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1908.  9th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  France  July  1915.  Killed  in  action 
in  September  1915.  PI.  LXXXIV. 

VALLANCE,  WILLIAM  FLEMING  MONCRIEFF  (b.  1898). 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17.  U.F.  Church  Bursar. 
Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  April  1917.  I2th  Royal  Scots,  L/Corporal. 
France  March  1918.  Taken  prisoner  in  April  and  died  at  Hautmont  Hospital 
on  igth  August  1918.  PI.  LXXXIV. 

VARNDELL,  CHARLES  HENRY  ESSEX  (b.  1893). 

Farnham  Grammar  School;  O.T.C.  1906-11,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Arts 
and  Science,  1911-15;  M.A.  1914;  B.Sc.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1911  to 
Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  6th  Royal  West  Surrey  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Lieut.  March  1916.  France  June  1915.  Killed  in  action  on  I3th  March 

PI.  LXXXIV. 


VASSIE,  RICHARD  (b.  1894). 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914, 
Cadet.  Scottish  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914.  I2th  Cheshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Acting  Captain.  France  Sept.  1915.  Invalided 
home  Oct.  1915.  Died  at  Lanark  on  I3th  April  1918.  PI.  LXXXIV. 


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VENABLES,  JOSEPH  KENDRICK  (b.  1882). 

High  School,  Christchurch,  New  Zealand.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14. 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1914.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Nov. 

1915,  attached  4th  Field  Ambulance.     France.     M.C.     Messines  June  1917.     Died 
of  wounds  at  a  Casualty  Clearing  Station  in  France  on  gth  May  1918.     PI.  LXXXIV. 

VERTEUIL,  FERNAND  LOUIS  J.  M.  de  (b.  1879). 

St  Mary's  College,  Trinidad.  Student  of  Medicine,  1898-1905  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ; 
M.D.  1908.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut,  H.M.S.  Good  Hope.  Killed  in  action  off 
Coronel  on  ist  November  1914.  PI.  XCIV. 

VICKERS,  ROBERT  (b.  1889). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1907-12;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.)  1911  ;  B.Sc.  1912.  Bruce  of  Grangehill  Scholar.  R.F.A., 
325th  Brigade,  Gunner  June  1915;  Sergeant;  Sergeant-Major;  2nd  Lieut. 
France  May  1917.  Died  of  wounds  on  loth  December  1917.  PI.  LXXXIV. 

VIVERS,  JOHN  (b.  1890). 

Annan  Academy,  Dux;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1906-10;  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.) 
1910.  Schoolmaster.  i/5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers  (T.),  1913  ;  Captain.  Gallipoli 
May  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  27th  October  1915.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WADDELL,  JAMES  HAMILTON  (l>.  1893). 

Normal  and  Broughton  Schools,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science, 
1912-15.  nth  Royal  Scots,  Private  April  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Wounded 
and  missing,  presumed  killed  in  action  on  5th  June  1917.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WADE,  GRAHAME  HARDIE  (b.  1873). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1892.  Solicitor,  1907.  7th  and 
ist  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  1900  to  1911,  Captain.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914.  France  April  1915.  Killed  at  St  Julien  near  Ypres  on  25th  April  1915. 

PI.  xciv. 

WAITE,  JOSEPH  THORP  (b.  1870). 

Bootham  School,  York,  and  Manchester  University.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1894-5.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1896.  5th  East  Kent  Regi- 
ment (Buffs),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  India  1914;  Persian  Gulf  1915  ;  Mesopotamia 
Nov.  1915.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Kut,  Mesopotamia,  on  2ist  January 

1916.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WALKER,  ARTHUR  DIGHT  (6.  1885). 

B.A.  (Sydney).  Minister  of  Wentworth  Parish,  N.S.W.  Student  of  Divinity, 
1912-14.  Tennis  "Blue."  i3th  Royal  Scots,  Private,  1914.  4th  and  igth  Man- 
chester Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  France  Sept.  1916.  Died  of  wounds  on 
1 8th  October  1916.  PI.  LXXXV. 

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PLATE   LXXXIV. 


\\'M.  Ti;i.i o<  11. 


A.   K.  TUHNBULL. 


G.  M.  UNDERWOOD. 


W.  F.  M.  VALLANCE. 


C.  H.  E.  VARNDELL. 


J.  M.  USHER. 


RICHARD  VASSIE. 


J.  K.  VENABI.ES. 


ROBERT  VICKERS. 


PLATE   LXXXV. 


J.  T.  WAITE. 


J.  H.  WADDEI.L. 


JOHN  VIVERS. 


GIDEON  WALKEK. 


A.  D.  WALKER. 


ROBERT  WALKER. 


WM.  WALKEK. 


C.  A.  P.  WALLACE. 


ANDREW  WALLACE. 


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WALKER,  GIDEON  (b.  1890). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1916;  attached  2nd  Scots  Guards. 
France  Dec.  1914.  Somme  1916;  Bourlon  Wood  and  La  Fontaine.  M.C.  Sept. 
1916  and  Bar  Oct.  1917.  Killed  near  Royaulcourt  on  27th  November 
1917.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WALKER,  ROBERT  (b.  1893). 

Fremantle  School,  and  Scotch  College,  Claremont,  W.A.  First  XI.  Australian 
Government  Scholar  and  Exhibitioner ;  Vans  Dunlop  Scholar ;  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer,  July  1915,  H.M.S.  Shark.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Jutland 
on  3 ist  May  1916.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WALKER,  WILLIAM  (b.  1878). 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1896-1900;  M.A.  1900.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  1915. 
King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  Captain  Aug.  1915.  France  1915.  Killed 
in  action  on  ist  July  1916.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WALLACE,  ANDREW  (b.  1875). 

George     Heriot's    School.      Student    of    Medicine,  1891-6;    M.B.,    C.M.     1896. 

4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Captain    1903.  France.     Gallipoli.     Killed 

in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on   I2th  July  1915.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WALLACE,  CHARLES  ARTHUR  PHIN  (b.  1898). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn. 
University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916. 
3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917.  France  May  1917; 
9th  Division.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  March  1918.  PI.  LXXXV. 

WALLACE,  JOHN  EWING  (b.  1899). 

Glasgow  High  School.  O.T.C.  1914-16,  Cadet  Sergeant.  University  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Nov.  1916  to  Aug.  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Aug.  1917,  2nd 
Lieut.  April  1918.  France.  Killed  in  an  air  fight  near  Brise  Bridge,  by 
Marchelpot,  on  gth  August  1918.  PI.  LXXXVI. 

WALLACE,  ROBERT  NEILSON  (b.  1881). 

Bilton  Grange,  Harrogate.  Student  of  Medicine,  1901-7;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907. 
R.A.M.C.,  attached  6th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  March  1910.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Oct.  1914.  5Oth  Stationary  Hospital,  Colchester.  Died  of  pneumonia 
following  influenza  on  5th  July  1918.  PI.  LXXXVI. 

WALLACE,  WILLIAM  (/;.  1882). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1900-12  ;  M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster. 
9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915. 
Machine-Gun  Corps.  France.  Wounded  April  1915.  Killed  at  Thiepval  on  2gth 
September  1916.  PI.  LXXXVI. 

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WARD,  JOHN  SCOTT  (b.  1885). 

Student  of  Medicine,  1906-7.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ;  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1907. 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon.  Lost  at  sea  on  24th  November  1916. 

WATSON,  ALASTAIR  FISHER  (b.  1892). 

George  Watson's  College;  O.T.C.,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14; 
B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  1911  to  Nov.  1913,  Cadet.  Lothians  and  Border 
Horse,  Private  1913;  Officer  Cadet,  gth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
2nd  Lieut.  June  1916.  France  Sept.  1915  and  Jan.  1917.  Wounded  Aug.  1916. 
Killed  at  Arras  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  LXXXVI. 

WATSON,  DAVID  GALLOWAY  (b.  1889). 

Royal  High  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1906-13;  M.A.  1909; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  Resident,  Royal  Infirmary.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
2nd  Bedfords;  No.  5  General  Hospital;  No.  13  Stationary  Hospital.  France; 
Neuve  Chapelle.  Dispatches  Nov.  1914  and  Jan.  1916.  Wounded  at  Festubert 
on  1 7th  May  and  died  at  Le  Touquet  on  5th  June  1915.  PL  Lxxxvu. 

WATSON,  DONALD  MILLER  (b.  1883). 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff.  Student  of  Arts,  1901-6  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1906. 
i/5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant  Dec.  1914.  Gallipoli.  Killed 
in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  in  June  1915.  PL  LXXXVI. 

WATSON,  FRANK  FAIRWEATHER  (b.  1893). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School;  Athletics.  O.T.C.  1909-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Arts,  1912-14.  4th  and  I4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  March  1914;  2nd  Lieut.; 
Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Acting  Captain.  France.  Killed  near  Albert  on  5th  August 
1916.  PL  LXXXVI. 

WATSON,  JAMES  HENRY  DIGBY  (b.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Academy,  and  King's  School,  Canterbury ;  Edinburgh  Academicals 
First  XV.  International  1914.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-13  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913. 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Aug.  1914,  H.M.S.  Hawke.  Killed  in  action  in  the  North 
Sea  on  i6th  October  1914.  PL  LXXXVII. 

WATSON,  JOHN  DAVID  MONCUR  (b.  1891). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Maths.)  1914;  B.Sc.  1914.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  1908.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914; 
L/Corporal.  Died  at  Edinburgh  on  igth  February  1915.  PL  LXXXVI. 

WATSON,  JOHN  DOUGLAS  (b.  1887). 

Kelso  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1904-12;  M.A.  1908;  LL.B. 
1912.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1912.  9th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Machine-Gun 
Section,  Private  Sept.;  Corporal  Oct.;  Sergeant  Nov.  1914.  France  July  1915. 
Killed  at  St  Auguste,  Loos,  on  25th  September  1915.  PL  LXXXVII. 

1 08 


PLATE   L.XXXVI. 


J.  E.  WALLACE. 


R.  N.  WALLACE. 


WM.  WALLACE. 


F.  F.  WATSON. 


B.  H.  WATT. 


C.  C.  WATT. 


J.  D.  M.  WATSON. 


A.  F.  WATSON. 


PLATE   LXXXVII. 


D.  G.  WATSON. 


J.  D.  WATSON. 


J.  H.  WATSON. 


N.  J.  WATSON. 


THOMAS  WATSON. 


W.  N.  WATSON. 


W.  D.  WATSON. 


W.  G.  D.  WATSON. 


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WATSON,  JOHN  HYNDMAN  (b.  1886). 

Campbell  College,  Belfast;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-12. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1908  to  Nov.  1912,  Cadet  Corporal.  iSth  Royal  Scots, 
Dec.  1914;  Sergeant  1915.  France;  Battle  of  the  Somme,  1916.  Wounded  at 
Arras  1917.  Killed  near  Armentieres  on  9th  April  1918.  PI.  LXXXVII. 

WATSON,  JOHN  MITCHELL  (b.  1890). 

Berwickshire  High  School,  Duns.  Student  of  Law,  1910-14.  Chartered  Accountant. 
4th  Royal  Scots,  L/Corporal ;  Corporal,  ist  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Lieut. ;  Captain  and  Adjutant.  Killed  in  action  in  Palestine  on 
1 3th  November  1917. 

WATSON,  NORMAN  BLYTH  (b.  1893). 

Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  i/4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1911.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914. 
Gallipoli.  Wounded  June  1915.  Died  at  Malta  on  i6th  August  1915. 

WATSON,  NORMAN  JOHN  (b.  1897). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March  1916. 
R.F.A.,  C/246th  Brigade,  West  Riding  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  France; 
the  Somme.  Wounded  in  June,  gassed  in  July  1917.  Killed  at  Ridge  Wood 
near  Ypres  on  28th  May  1918.  PI.  LXXXVII. 

WATSON,  THOMAS  (b.  1891). 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1909-10.  Chartered  Accountant,  1913. 
4th  Royal  Scots,  Private.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Dardanelles  May  1915.  Killed 
in  action  at  Gallipoli  on  28th  June  1915.  PI.  LXXXVII. 

WATSON,  WILLIAM  DAVIDSON  (b.  1892). 

Peebles    High    School.     Student    of    Arts,    1912-14.     5th  Cameron    Highlanders 

(Lochiel's),  L/Sergeant  Aug.   1914.     France  March  1915.  Killed   at   the   Battle 

of  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PI.  LXXXVII. 

WATSON,  WILLIAM  GEORGE  DOUGLAS  (b.  1881). 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1903-5.  Solicitor,  1907. 
King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Captain. 
Gallipoli  May  1915;  Egypt;  Sinai  Peninsula,  and  Palestine.  Killed  near  Gaza 
on  i gth  April  1917.  PI.  LXXXVII. 

WATSON,  WILLIAM  NORMAN  (b.  1889). 

Dingwall  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1909  to  April  1913,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain 
April  1916 ;  attached  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers.  France.  M.C.  at 
Loos,  Sept.  1915.  Dispatches.  Died  of  wounds  on  29th  May  1916.  PI.  LXXXVII. 

WATT,  BASIL  HARRY  (b.  1882). 

Elgin  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1898-1904;  M.A.  1901. 
President  of  Union,  1903-4.  R.A.M.C.,  6th  London  Field  Ambulance,  Private 
Aug.  1914.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  France.  Killed 
at  the  Battle  of  Loos  on  25th  September  1915.  PL  LXXXVI. 

109 


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WATT,  CHARLES  CECIL  (b.  1895). 

Berwickshire  High  School,  Duns.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Nov.  1913  to  June  1915,  Cadet.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
June  1915.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  France 
Oct.  1916.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  8th  May  1917.  PL  LXXXVI. 

WEDDERBURN-MAXWELL,  JAMES  (b.  1899). 

Charterhouse;  O.T.C.  1914-15.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  Oct.  1917, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917.  3rd  and  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1918.  France  Aug.  1918.  Wounded  near  Passchendaele 
and  killed  at  Ledeghem  Station  on  ist  October  1918.  PI.  Lxxxvill. 

WEDDERSPOON,  JACK  HENRY  BUTCHER  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept. 
1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  52nd  Lowland  Brigade,  attached  R.F.C., 
2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Pilot  and  Observer.  Asia  Minor,  Palestine,  Jeddah,  Aden, 
and  France.  Killed  near  Tournai  on  6th  April  1917.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WEIR,  ROBERT  (b.  1886). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-7.  Schoolmaster.  8th  Royal 
Scots,  Col.-Sergeant.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  France. 
Dispatches  Nov.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  i6th  November  1916.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WEIR,  WILLIAM  SCOTT  (b.  1880). 

George  Watson's  College.     Student  of  Law,  1899-1903.  Law  Agent,  1903.     i6th 

Royal   Scots,  Private    Nov.    1914.     France   Jan.    1916.  Killed   at   the   Battle  of 

the  Somme  on  ist  July  1916.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WELCH,  DAVID  (b.  1881). 

Montrose  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1901-3.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Nov. 
1914.  Died  at  Craigleith  Hospital  on  I7th  February  1915.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WELPLY,  HENRY  DONALD  (b.  1890). 

Wesley  College,  Dublin.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  May  1916.  Egypt  1916.  Contracted 
dysentery  in  Egypt.  Died  of  pneumonia  in  Australia  on  nth  March  1919. 

PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WELSH,  THOMAS  CAIRNS  (b.  1885). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1904-10.  i/Sth  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers,  Captain.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  I2th 
July  1915. 

WELSH,  TOM  (b.  1884). 

Merchiston  Castle;  Cadet  Corps  1899-1903;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1903-10;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Nov.  1914. 
German  S.-W.  African  Campaign  and  De  Wet  Rebellion,  1914-15.  France  1915. 
M.C.  Dec.  1916.  Dispatches  5th  and  nth  Jan.  1917.  Killed  at  Arras  on  I3th 
April  1917.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

1 10 


PLATE   I.XXXVIIT. 


„    I 


ROBERT  WEIR. 


J.  H.  B.  WEDDERSPOON. 


.1.  WEDDERBURN-.MAXWELL. 


\V.  S.  WEIR. 


DAVID  WELCH. 


H.  I).  WKLPLV. 


TOM  WELSH. 


ALGERNON  WESTI.AKE. 


JAMBS  WESTXVOOIJ. 


PLATE   LXXXIX. 


AI.EX.  WHITK. 


G.  A.  WHITK. 


R.  R.  WHKATI.I.Y. 


J.  P.   R.  WHITK. 


W.  K.  WHITK. 


T.  J.  WHITK. 


J.  W.  WHITKI.\W. 


C.  B.  WHITTAKKK. 


1).  J.  WHITTON. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

WESTLAKE,  ALGERNON  (b.  1859). 

Owens  College,  Manchester.  Student  of  Medicine;  M.B.,  CM.  1884.  R.A.M.C., 
Major  Sept.  1916.  4th  Northern  General  Hospital.  Died  on  25th  May 
1918.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WESTWOOD,  JAMES  (b.  1889). 

George  Heriot's  and  Broughton  Schools,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-12 ; 
M.A.  1912.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914;  L/Corporal.  France  Feb.  1915 
and  June  1917.  Wounded  July  1916.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917.  Killed 
in  action  in  France  on  25th  June  1917.  PI.  LXXXVIII. 

WHEATLEY,  RALPH  RUTH  YEN  (b.  1892). 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1910-11.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
March  1909,  Cadet.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Wounded 
March  1918.  Died  at  Colinton  on  i6th  February  1919.  PI.  LXXXIX. 

WHITE,  ALEXANDER  (b.  1882). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Gym.  VIII.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law;  M.A.  1903; 
LL.B.  1905.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1906.  Q.E.R.V.B.,  1901,  2nd  Lieut.  1905. 
5th  Royal  Scots,  Captain  1912.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Major  June  1915. 
Gallipoli  July  1915.  Suvla  Bay.  Died  of  wounds  on  Hospital  Ship  Arcadia 
on  9th  September  1915.  PI.  LXXXIX. 

WHITE,  GEORGE  ANDERSON  (b.  1887). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1909-10.  Law  Agent.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  to  Nov.  1916,  Cadet.  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1916.  3rd  attached  ist 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917.  France  May  1917.  Wounded 
at  Hill  40,  Sept.  1917.  Wounded  near  Monchy-le-Preux  on  28th  and  died  on  3Oth 
March  1918.  PL  LXXXIX. 

WHITE,  JOHN  PEREGRINE  ROBERTSON  (b.  1861). 

Dr  Bryce's  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1877-81  ;  M.A.  1881  ; 
LL.B.  Advocate,  Aberdeen  1885.  R.F.A.,  ist  Highland  Brigade, Captain  (retired) ; 
Captain  June  1915.  O.C.  Depot.  Died  on  7th  October  1916.  PL  LXXXIX. 

WHITE,  THOMAS  JAMES  (b.  1894). 

Clifton  Bank,  St  Andrews.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1914. 
Foreign  service  1915.  M.C.  Aug.  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  2oth  November 
1917-  PL  LXXXIX. 

WHITE,  WILLIAM  KENNETH  (b.  1893). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1908-11,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1911-12.  4th  attached  2nd  Scottish  Rifles  (S.R.), 
2nd  Lieut.  1915  ;  Liaison  Officer.  France  Nov.  1916.  Killed  in  action  near 
Ypres  on  3ist  July  1917.  PI.  LXXXIX. 

in 


Roll  of  the   Fallen 

WHITELAW,  JAMES  WEIR  (b.  1896). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Get 
1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet,  nth,  9th  and  2nd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1916.  France  Sept.  1916.  Missing,  believed  killed  in  action  on  nth  April 
1917.  PI.  LXXXIX. 

WHITTAKER,  CHARLES  BROWN  (6.  1890). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-12;  M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster. 
2nd,  3rd,  6th  and  I2th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915; 
Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  France  June  1915  and  April  1916.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 
Wounded  at  Hooge  Sept.  1915.  Killed  at  Guillemont,  Battle  of  the  Somme,  on 
22nd  July  1916.  PI.  LXXXIX. 

WHITTON,  DAVID  JOHN  (b.  1896). 

Kirkcaldy  High  School;  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-17. 
Resident,  Royal  Infirmary,  Edinburgh.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1916  to  Aug.  1917, 
Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer  Aug.  1917.  Killed  in  action  on  H.M.S. 
Cullist,  Dundalk  Bay,  on  nth  February  1918.  PI.  LXXXIX. 

WHYTE,  CAMPBELL  DRUMMOND. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science.  Royal  Fusiliers,  Private  Aug.  1914; 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  I3th  July  1916. 

WIGHT,  WILLIAM  STEWART  BALMAIN  (b.  1898). 

Dunbar  School.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916. 
Cadet.  3rd  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  gth  April 
1917.  PI.  xc. 

WILKES,  REGINALD  ALEXANDER  CLARK  (b.  1885). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-8.  I4th  Canadian  Infantry, 
ist  Contingent,  Private  Aug.  1914.  Killed  in  action  in  France  on  2ist  May 
1915.  PI.  xc. 

WILLIAMS,  CYRIL  (b.  1896). 

Perth  Academy,  and  Royal  High  School,  Edinburgh.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1911  to  Jan.  1914,  Cadet.  Royal  Military  College,  Sandhurst,  Jan.  1914. 
2nd  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915. 
R.F.C.,  March  1916.  France.  Wounded  at  Festubert  in  May  1915.  Missing, 
believed  killed  in  air  fight  on  3Oth  July  1916.  PI.  XC. 

WILLIAMS,  JAMES  ALFRED  (b.  1897). 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry;  Swimming.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  i6th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  May  1915.  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915. 
France.  Killed  in  action  at  Ginchy  on  6th  September  1916.  PL  XC. 

112 


PLATE  XC. 


R.  A.  C.  WII.KES. 


CVRII.  WILLIAMS. 


\V.  S.  B.  WIGHT. 


MAKION  E.  WILSON. 


G.  H.  WILLIAMSON. 


I.  1).  WILSON. 


J.  A.  WILLIAMS. 


R.    A.    \VlL.SON. 


PLATE   XC1. 


K.  F.  WILSON. 


THOMAS  WILSON. 
(gth  H.L.I.) 


T.  G.  WILSON. 


PERCY  WISE. 


L.  C.  WISE. 


P.  B.  WOOD. 


JAMES  WOODS. 


W.  IX  WOODROW. 


K.  E.  WOOD. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

WILLIAMSON,  GEORGE  HAMILTON  (b.  1889). 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-11; 
M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1908  to  Oct.  1911,  Cadet. 
7th  and  I5th  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915  ; 
Captain  May  1916.  France.  Dispatches  June  1916.  M.C.  Oct.  1916.  Died  of 
wounds  received  at  the  Battle  of  Arras  on  I2th  April  1917.  PI.  XC. 

WILSON,  JOHN  (b.  1886). 

George    Watson's    College.     Student  of    Medicine,    1903-9 ;    M.B.,   Ch.B.    1909. 

R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Captain;  attached   loth  Duke  of  Wellington's  West 

Riding  Regiment.     France  Aug.  1915.  Killed  inaction  in  France  on  9th  March 

1916.  PI.  xc. 

WILSON,  JOHN  DYKES  (b.  1886). 

Tillicoultry  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1903-9;  M.A.  1906;  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1909.  McCosh  Bursar,  1909.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  to  Sept.  1909,  Cadet 
Corporal.  Indian  Medical  Service,  1912;  Captain  Sept.  1915.  Invalided  home 
from  India  and  died  on  i6th  February  1916.  PI.  xc. 

WILSON,  MARIAN  ELIZABETH  (b.  1881).  f 

Netting  Hill  High  School,  London,  and  Ecole  Vinet,  Lausanne.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1900-6;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  Scottish  Women's  Hospital,  Royaumont, 
France,  M.O.  Nov.  1915.  Medaille  des  Epidemics  en  vermeil.  Died  of 
appendicitis  at  St  Martin,  Vesubie,  France,  on  1st  August  1917.  PI.  XC. 

WILSON,  ROBERT  ARMSTRONG  (b.  1882). 

George    Watson's    College.       Student    of    Medicine,    1903-11.  R.F.A.,    Lieut. 

Aug.  1914;   Captain  Aug.  1915.      France.     Killed  in  action  at  Bethune  on  i8th 

October  1915.  PI.  xc. 

WILSON,  ROBERT  FORSYTH  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1908-15;  M.A.  1911  ; 
B.D.  1915.  Licentiate,  Church  of  Scotland,  ist  and  6th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  France.  Killed  at  Beaumont  Hamel  on  I3th  November  1916.  PI.  XCI. 

WILSON,  THOMAS  (b.  1891). 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1907-8.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal, 
R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Killed  in  action  in  1918. 

WILSON,  THOMAS  (b.  1897). 

Boroughmuir  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  9th  Highland  Light 
Infantry  (Glasgow  Highlanders),  Private  Oct.  1916.  I5th  Royal  Scots.  France 
June  1917.  Wounded  and  taken  prisoner  at  Ypres  on  22nd  Oct.  1917.  Died  of 
wounds  at  Ghent  on  4th  January  1918.  PL  XCI. 

WILSON,  THOMAS  GILLIES  (b.  1879). 

Fossil  School,  Glasgow.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-12;  M.A.  1912.  I3th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  June  1915;  Corporal.  Missing,  presumed  killed  in  action  on  28th  June 
1916.  PI.  xci. 

113  H 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

WISE,  LANCELOT  CHARLES  (b.  1894). 

Charterhouse.     Student   of    Science,    1913-14.     King   Edward's    Horse,   Trooper 

1914.  North  Irish  Horse,  2nd  Lieut.  1915.     Indian  Army,  3rd  Skinner's  Horse, 
Lieut.  1917.     France  1915.     Died  at  Rawal  Pindi,  India,  May  1917.  PI.  XCI. 

WISE,  PERCY  (b.  1888). 

Manchester  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  R.A.M.C.,  Private 
Oct.  1915.  France  and  Italy  1915.  The  Somme  1916.  Killed  in  action  on  ist 
February  1918.  PI.  XCI. 

WOOD,  PETER  BROWN  (b.  1892). 

Fordyce  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  May 
1913.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Army  Audit  Staff,  Lieut.  March  1916.  Wounded 
at  Gallipoli  in  June  1915.  Missing,  now  presumed  killed  in  Egypt  on  25th 
September  1916.  PI.  XCI. 

WOOD,  RUSSELL  ELIOTT  (b.  1855). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1871-7;  M.B.,  CM. 
1877;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1886.  Zulu  War  1879.  Lanark  Yeomanry,  Surgeon  1881. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.).,  Lieut-Col.  Died  on  8th  February  1917.  PI.  XCI. 

WOODROW,  WILLIAM  DAVIDSON  (b.  1883). 

Markinch  School.  Student  of  Law,  1911-13.  4th  Royal  Scots;  mobilised  Aug. 
1914;  Sergeant  Aug.  1914;  Coy.  Sergeant-Major  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916. 
Gallipoli,  Palestine  and  France.  Killed  in  action  on  23rd  April  1917.  PI.  XCI. 

WOODS,  JAMES  (b.  1877). 

Royal  Academy,  Belfast,  and  Sullivan  School,  Holywood.     Student  of  Medicine, 

1896-1901  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Major.     Killed  in  action 

on  9th  May  1915.  PI.  XCI. 

WYLES,  WILLIAM  W.  (b.  1895). 

Buckhaven  School.     Student   of  Arts,   1914-15.     O.T.C.   Artillery,  May  to  Oct. 

1915.  Cadet.      R.F.A.,    Gunner    Oct.     1915.      Killed   in    action    on    27th   May 

1916.  PI.  XCII. 

YOUNG,  ANDREW  (b.  1888). 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-9;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1909. 
Schoolmaster.  R.A.M.C.,  2nd  London  Division,  Private  Jan.  1915.  3rd  Scottish 
Rifles,  attached  i3th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916.  France  1916.  Killed 
in  action  on  26th  December  1916.  PI.  XCII. 

YOUNG,  NORMAN  MITCHELL  (b.  1890). 

Edinburgh  Academy;  Athletics.  Student  of  Law,  1911-13.  9th  and  ist  Royal 
Scots,  Private;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1913;  Lieut.  India  Dec.  1913.  France  Dec. 

1914.  Dispatches    June    1915.      Killed    in   action   near   Ypres  on   23rd   April 

1915.  PI.  xcil. 

114 


PLATE   XCII. 


VV.  W.  WYLES. 


N.  M.  YOUNG. 


YOUNG. 


\V.  S.  YOUNG. 


\V.  A.  YOUNG. 


1.  HAYi.iiv  HALKOUK. 


C,    A.    (  .    Bl-.NTI.EV. 


\V.  II.  CAI.VKKT. 


W.  R.  CENTER. 


PLATE   XCIII. 


C.  E.  GUMMING. 


JOHN  FERGUSON. 
(Gordon  Highlanders.) 


* 


D.  W.  GRAY. 


A.  L.  HARLEY. 


A.  C.  HARTLEY. 


ALEX.  MOWAT. 


J 


\ 


P.  B.  MACINTYKK. 


R.  D.  NEIL. 


WILLIAM  OKME. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

YOUNG,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  (b.  1893). 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Aug.  1914.  2nd  and  3rd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1915;  Captain.  France  Feb.  1915.  Mesopotamia  Nov.  1915;  Egypt  and 
Palestine  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  M.C.  Aug.  1917.  Wounded 
in  Palestine  on  8th  and  died  on  loth  June  1918.  PI.  XCII. 

YOUNG,  WILLIAM  STEELE  (b.  1893). 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  Cadet  Colour-Sergeant.  Student 
of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E., 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1917.  Gallipoli,  attached  2/ist  Cheshire 
Regiment,  R.E.  Suvla  Bay.  Egypt,  41 2th  Coy.  R.E.,  52nd  (Lowland)  Division. 
Killed  in  action  at  third  Battle  of  Gaza  on  2nd  November  1917.  PI.  XCII. 


ANDERSON,  JOHN  GEORGE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut;  Captain  May  1915.  Attached  3rd 
Highland  Field  Ambulance.  M.C.  Killed  in  action  on  2ist  March  1918. 

BALFOUR,  ISAAC  BAYLEY  (b.  1889). 

Winchester;  First  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet. 
1 4th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  Attached  ist  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers.  Killed  in  action  at  the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915. 

PI.  xcil. 

COX,  PERCY  (b.  1896). 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  R.G.A.,  Signaller  Nov. 
1915.  France  Nov.  1916.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  on  igth  and  died  on 
20th  January  1917.  PI.  XCIV. 

DONALDSON,  SAMUEL  RITCHIE  (b.  1890). 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  M.A.  1912;  B.Sc.  1913.  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Private.  France  Jan.  1917.  Killed  at  Kemmel  Hill  near  Ypres  on  i6th  April  1918. 

FRASER,  DONALD  REGINALD  (b.  1884). 

Blairlodge  School,  Polmont;  First  XI.  Cadet  Corps,  Corporal.  Student  of 
Law,  1906-8.  5th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Sergeant  Sept.  1914.  Killed  in  action 
in  September  1915.  PI.  XCIV. 

HARLEY,  ALLAN  LANGLANDS  (b.  1899). 

Strathallan  School,  Bridge  of  Allan ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1916-17.  i/4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  July  1917;  L/Corporal  Oct.  1917. 
France  April  1918.  Wounded  at  La  Bassee  on  the  9th  and  taken  prisoner 
on  nth  April  1918.  Died  of  wounds  at  Seclin  on  8th  May  1918.  PL  XCIII. 


Roll  of  the  Fallen 

HARTE,  JOSEPH  FRANCIS  (b.  1895). 

St  Joseph's  College,  Dumfries.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
May  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field 
Ambulance,  Private  Aug.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Killed 
in  action  near  Arras  on  5th  June  1917.  PI.  xciv. 

KIRKPATRICK,  ROBERT  B.  (b.  1898). 

Boroughmuir  School.  Laboratory  Assistant  in  Bacteriology.  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers,  Private  May  1916;  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1917.  Duke  of 
Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  France  May  1918.  Killed 
in  action  on  23rd  June  1918.  PI.  xciv. 

LAWRENCE,  HENRY  RUTHVEN  (b.  1883). 

St  Andrew's  College,  Grahamstown,  South  Africa.  O.T.C.  1896-1900,  Cadet. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1910;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1912.  South  African  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  Sept.  1914;  Acting  Major  Oct.  1918.  German  South-West  Africa, 
1914-15;  South  African  Expeditionary  Force,  1915-18;  South  African  General 
Hospital ;  4th  South  African  Infantry ;  South  African  Field  Ambulance. 
Dispatches  April  1918.  M.C.  Oct.  1918.  Wounded  loth  November  and  died  of 
influenza  and  pneumonia  on  I4th  December  1918.  PL  XCIV. 

MACKAY,  JOHN  (b.  1892). 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
Private  Sept.  1914.  Killed  at  the  Dardanelles  on  28th  June  1915. 

RENTON,  JAMES  CRAWFORD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1873 ;  M.D.  1882.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  1908.  4th  Scottish 
General  Hospital.  Died  in  October  1919. 


The  following  Cadets  died  while  in  'Training  for  Military  Service  :— 

CRAIK,  DAVID  (b.  1898). 

Royal  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet. 
Died  as  the  result  of  an  accident  on  23rd  September  1916. 

KERR,  WILLIAM  PURVIS  (b.  1899). 

George  Watson's  College  and  Daniel  Stewart's.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec. 
1917  to  June  1918,  Cadet.  Died  on  8th  June  1918. 

RITCHIE,  CHARLES  ANDREW  (b.  1897). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  Died  as  the  result  of  an  accident 
on  6th  February  1915. 

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P.  H.  S.  BEZUIDENHOUT. 


PERCY  Cox. 


J.  F.  HARTE. 


H.  R.  LAWRENCE. 


D.  R.  FRASER. 


R.  B.  KIRKPATRICK. 


G.  II.  WADE. 


K.  L.  DE  VERTEUIL. 


RECORD  OF  WAR  SERVICE 


ABERNETHY,  CHARLES  LAWRENCE. 

Anderson  Institute,  Lerwick.  M.A.  1913;  M.A.  (Rons.  Maths.)  and  B.Sc.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1910  to  May  1913,  Cadet.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Pioneer. 
Research  Chemist,  Royal  Arsenal,  Woolwich,  April  1917  to  June  1919. 

ABLETT,  EDWARD  HUTCHINSON. 

St  Bees  School,  Cumberland;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-16 
and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Cadet  Oct.  1914;  Cadet  Bombardier  Oct.  1914; 
Cadet  B.Q.M.S.  Nov.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  Nov.  1916. 

ACHESON,  JOHNSTON    HAMILTON. 

Rossal;  First  XI.  M.B.,  CM.  1887;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1910.  Royal  Navy,  Fleet 
Surgeon,  retired  1904.  Admiralty  Surgeon  and  Agent  at  Dover,  1912-19. 

ADAM,  GEORGE. 

M.A.,  M.D.  (Aberdeen).  Student  of  Medicine,  1916.  Certif.  Tropical  Medicine 
(Edin.).  S.A.M.C.,  Captain  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1917. 

ADAM,  GEORGE. 

Stonelaw  School,  Rutherglen.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  April  1917, 
Cadet.  i/5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  April  1914.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet. 
Gallipoli. 

ADAM,  GEORGE  MIN. 

Brechin  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  1909  to  July  1910, 
Cadet.  5th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.;  Lieut.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut. ;  Captain.  Peshawar,  India.  M.C. 

ADAM,  JAMES  NEILSON. 

Mill  Hill  School.  O.T.C.  1911-13,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918. 
igth  Royal  Fusiliers,  Private  Sept.  1914;  3rd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France.  M.C.  July  1918. 

ADAM,  JAMES  ROBERTSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1908 
to  March  1910,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Lieut.  Royal  Navy; 
R.N.D.  and  R.N.A.S.,  Surgeon.  Royal  Air  Force,  Captain. 

117  H  2 


Record  of  War  Service 

ADAM,  JOHN  FRASER. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1909.  2/Qth  Royal  Scots,  Private  March  1915. 
7th  and  6th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut. 
July  1917.  France  Oct.  1916  and  April  1918  to  March  1919.  Italy  Dec.  1917. 

ADAM,  WILLIAM  GEORGE. 

Blairgowrie  High  School.  M.A.  1913.  R.E.,  76th  Field  Coy.,  Sapper  Jan.  1915. 
France  Aug.  1915  and  May  1917.  R.G.A.,  i6ist  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Acting  Captain  Feb.  1919;  Acting  Education 
Officer,  4th  Corps  Troops.  Dispatches  April  1918  and  March  1919.  Chevalier 
Crown  of  Rou mania. 

ADAMS,  DAN.  VERE  MAXWELL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.  South  African  Campaign,  1900.  R.A.M.C.  (R.  of  O.),  Lieut. ; 
Captain.  Mobilised  1914.  France  1915.  Salonika.  Wounded.  Dispatches 
(Salonika)  1918. 

ADAMS,  EDWARD  JOSCELINE  PERCY. 

Malvern  College.  Cadet  Corps  1900-2.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  2nd 
Rhodesian  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  1915;  Lieut.  1918.  3rd  Royal  Warwickshire 
Regiment  (S.R.) 

ADAMS,  GEORGE    JOSEPH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907  ;  M.D.  1920;  F.R.C.S.     N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Lieut. ;  Captain. 

ADAMS,  HAROLD  LLEWELLYN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  R.F.A.  (T.),  i/ist 
Lowland  Brigade,  Signaller,  March  1914.  France.  Wounded. 

ADAMS,  HERBERT  FREDERICK  WILFRED. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  O.T.C.,  Cadet  Sergeant.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Captain  Aug.  1915.  Attached  Coldstream  Guards ; ; 
I st  Gloucesters ;  1 2th  Rifle  Brigade  ;  2Oth  Machine-Gun  Battn.  France.  Gallipoli. 
Wounded  Dec.  1914.  Invalided  from  Mudros  Dec.  1915. 

ADAMS,  THOMAS  ALEXANDER. 

Coleraine  Academical  Institution.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  D.P.H.  (Belfast).  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Dec.  1917;  Captain  1918. 

ADAMSON,  ALEXANDER. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  M.A.  1908.  2/1  st  Highland  Cyclist  Battn.,  Private 
Nov.  1915;  L/Corporal  Sept.  1916.  Tank  Corps,  March  1918;  Officer  Cadet 
July  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

ADAMSON,  ALF.  FAIRGRIEVE. 

Harris  Academy,  Dundee.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1908  to 
May  1912,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Sept.  1914. 

118 


Record  of  War  Service 

ADAMSON,  ROBERT. 

Madras  College,  St  Andrews,  and  Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1886.  Minister, 
U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class ;  attached  Ammunition  Column, 
2nd  Lowland  Brigade,  R.F.A.,  1912.  Fife  and  Forfar  Yeomanry;  56th  Training 
Brigade. 

ADAMSON,  THOMAS. 

Royal  High  School.  B.D.  1876;  D.D.  (Glasg.).  Examiner  for  B.D.  (Edinburgh 
University)  1875-81.  Chaplain  1896.  Colonel;  attached  3rd  Scottish  General 
Hospital,  Glasgow.  T.D.  Mention. 

ADCOCK,  ERNEST  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.     R.A.M.C.,  attached  6th  Yorkshire  Regiment,  Lieut. ;  Captain. 

ADDINSELL,  AUGUSTUS  WHITEHORN. 

M.B.,  CM.  (Hons.)  1883;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1899.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  2nd 
Cavalry  Division,  Captain  Sept.  1914.  France  1915. 

ADDIS,  THOMAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  M.D. ;  M.R.C.P.  Assoc.  Prof, 
of  Medicine,  Stanford  University.  American  Army. 

ADDIS,  WILLIAM  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Aug.  1915.  M.C.  Nov.  1917. 

ADDISON,  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Glasg.)  1915.  Student  of  Divinity,  1918.  2nd 
Cameron  Highlanders,  Corporal  Nov.  1915. 

ADDISON-SCOTT,  DUNCAN  GORDON. 

Loretto ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  Royal  Navy,  1904 ;  Staff  Surgeon, 
1912.  H.M.S.  Ringdove,  1914;  H.M.  Monitor  Earl  of  Peterborough,  1915; 
Surgeon-Commander  1917.  R.N.  Sick  Quarters,  Torpoint,  1917-18. 

ADDISON-SMITH,  CHILTON  LIND. 

Craigmount  School,  Edinburgh;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Law.  Writer 
to  the  Signet,  1899.  Edinburgh  University;  First  XV.  3rd  and  loth  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1896.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1901.  Lieut.  - 
Col.  Dec.  1914  and  O.C.  6th  Somerset  Light  Infantry,  1915;  6th  Canadian 
Infantry  Brigade;  8th  Bedfords ;  2nd  Sherwood  Foresters.  O.C.  igth  Labour 
Group,  Headquarters.  France  Dec.  1915  to  Dec.  1916.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918. 
O.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919.  Order  of  Wen-Hu,  China. 

ADIE,  WILLIAM  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911 ;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.).  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908-10.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ; 
Captain  1917;  Major  Jan.  1918.  Attached  ist  Northamptonshire  and  1st 
Leicestershire  Regiments.  No.  7  General  Hospital,  St  Omer.  France,  1914-18. 
Dispatches  1917. 

119 


Record  of  War  Service 

ADSHEAD,  GEOFFREY  PALMER. 

Marlborough.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  1907 ;  Staff  Surgeon 
1914;  Surgeon-Commander  Nov.  1918.  Somaliland  1908-9;  Persian  Gulf 
1912-13;  East  Indies;  Egypt;  Dardanelles;  Adriatic  1914-18.  S.M.O.,  H.M.S. 
Ocean,  sunk  in  action  at  Dardanelles  March  1915. 

AFFLECK,  JAMES  ORMISTON. 

B.Sc.  1907.  Royal  Engineers,  2nd  Lieut;  Captain  Jan.  1917;  Acting  Major 
June  1918. 

AICKIN,  ROLAND  THOMAS  GRAVES. 

Auckland  College  and  Grammar  School,  New  Zealand.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  M.D. 
1904;  D.P.H.  Demonstrator  in  Physiology.  Demonstrator  in  Anatomy,  Liver- 
pool University  and  King's  College,  London.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain 
July  1917. 

AIKEN,  DAVID. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Australian 
Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  May  1918. 

AIKMAN,  ALEXANDER. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1912. 
Honourable  Artillery  Coy.,  Aug.  1914.  Army  Pay  Dept.  Lieut.  Jan.  1915; 
Captain  Oct.  1917;  Major  Oct.  1918. 

AIKMAN,  CEDRIC  WILLIAM. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1906-9,  Cadet;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
June  1909-13,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  April 
1917. 

AIKMAN,  JAMES  HISLOP. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1902;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  'D.P.H.  (Camb.) 
1909.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1899-1904,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  191$.  Wounded  April  1916.  Dispatches.  M.C.  Jan. 
1916. 

AIKMAN-SMITH,  ANDREW  HENRY  DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Loretto.  O.T.C.  1911-13.  Student  of  Law,  1918. 
R.N.A.S.,  Sub-Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Gallipoli.  Invalided  out. 

AIKMAN-SMITH,  GAVIN  JAMES. 

Loretto  and  Sedbergh.  O.T.C.  1913-15.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1916 
to  Jan.  1917,  Cadet  Corporal,  igth  Fire  Command  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917; 
Lieut.  Oct.  1918. 

AITCHISON,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Aug. 
1915.  6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916.  R.G.A.  aoth  (Forth)  Fire 
Command,  Lieut.  Oct.  1916  to  April  1919. 

120 


Record  of  War  Service 

AITCHISON,  RICHARD  SCOTT. 

Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1878.  A.S.C.  (T.),  Highland  Division 
Train,  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut. 

AITCHISON,  RICHARD  SCOTT  QUNR.). 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1912-16.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct. 
1916,  Cadet.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1917  ;  Officer  Cadet,  4th  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1918.  France  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

AITCHISON,  ROBERT  CHALMERS. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1910  to' June 
1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  July  1912;  Lieut;  Captain  Feb.  1918;  Acting 
Major  Feb.  1919. 

AITCHISON,  WILLIAM. 

North  Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15;  M.A.  1920.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917.  Trench  Mortar  Officer.  Royal  Air  Force,  Pilot.  France  March 
1916.  Twice  wounded.  M.C.  (Messines  Ridge)  May  1917. 

AITKEN,  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1913;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan. 
191 1  to  April  1914 ;  and  Medical,  Feb.  1916  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.), 
Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918. 

AITKEN,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1916-17.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1918.  R.F.C.  and  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet  Aug.  1917 ;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917  to 
Feb.  1919. 

AITKEN,  JAMES  DAVIDSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  1909-11,  Cadet. 
Ceylon  Police,  1914  to  March  1917.  3rd  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917. 
France  April  1918.  Wounded  Aug.  1918. 

AITKEN,  JAMES  T. 

Student  of  Law,  1913-14.     i/5th  Royal  Scots,  Machine-Gun  Section,  Private. 

AITKEN,  ROBERT. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  M.D.  1915;  M.R.C.P.  (Edia). 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut. 

AITKEN,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1906.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  Private;  2nd  Lieut. 
1915  ;  Lieut.  1917.  War  Office,  Military  Intelligence  Staff,  Sept.  1917.  France. 
Twice  wounded. 

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Record  of  War  Service 

AITKEN,  ROBERT  SYDNEY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1905-6.  Student  of  Law,  1911-12; 
Solicitor.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Egypt  and  Palestine  Feb.  1916  to  March 
1919.  Wounded  at  second  Battle  of  Gaza,  April  1917. 

ALBERT,  EDWARD. 

M.A.  1909.     Schoolmaster.     Royal  Air  Force,  2nd  Lieut. 

ALCOCK,  STANLEY  CHARLES. 

Derby  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1910-15,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  March  1916,  Cadet. 
4th  and  2nd  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  March  1916;  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  France  1917. 

ALCORN,  ALEXANDER  THOMSON. 

Bathgate  Academy.  M.A.  1909.  Schoolmaster.  R.F.A.,  ist  Lowland  Brigade, 
June  1915  ;  Bombardier  Sept.  1915.  325th,  I79th,  and  i6gth  Army,  F.A.  Brigade. 
France.  Wounded  at  Cambrai  1917. 

ALDRIDGE,  ARTHUR  RUSSELL. 

Spring  Hill  School,  Southampton.  M.B.,  CM.  1885;  D.P.H.  (Eng.)  1892. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1886;  Lieut-Col.  (Retired).  Tibet  1904;  Gallipoli  1915;  Egypt 
1916;  Salonika  1916-17.  Dispatches,  Gallipoli  1915,  Salonika  1916  and  1917. 
C.S.I.  1911;  C.M.G.  1917;  C.B.  1918;  Medaille  d'Or  des  Epidemics  1917;  Order 
of  Redeemer  (Greece),  3rd  Class  Commander,  1918. 

ALDRIDGE,  NORMAN  ELLIOTT. 

Spring  Hill  School,  Southampton.  M.B.,  CM.  1884;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.1  1888; 
D.P.H. ;  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  1890.  R.A.M.C.  (T.)  1908.  Mobilised  Dec.  1914,  Major. 
Attached  H.Q.,  Southern  Command,  1918-19.  Radiologist. 

ALEXANDER,  ARCHIBALD. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1896;  B.D.  1899.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of 
Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  France,  Oct.  1915  to  April  1917.  ist  V.B. 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  May  1918.  Hon.  C.F.  Dec.  1918. 

ALEXANDER,  DAVID  CARNEGIE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain.     M.C.     Dispatches. 

ALEXANDER,  EDWARD  MURRAY-MAYNE. 

Harrow.  Volunteers  1901-2.  Student  of  Law,  1905-9.  Writer  to  the  Signet, 
1910.  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1914.  France 
May  1916  and  Oct.  1917.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  July  1916,  and  Wytschaete 
April  1918. 

ALEXANDER,  GEORGE  FORBES. 

High  School,  Dundee.  M.B.,  CM.  1883.  Assistant  in  Physiology,  1884-6. 
R.A.M.C.,  April  1887;  Major  July  1899  (Retired).  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Eye 
Specialist. 


Record  of  War  Service 

ALEXANDER,  GEORGE  HAROLD  PETRIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1914-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  2nd 
King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Private  Sept.  1917;  L/Corporal  April  1918; 
Corporal  Aug.  1918. 

ALEXANDER,  GEORGE  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14 
and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd 
Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  June  1917.  France  Aug.  1915  to 
Aug.  1918.  Wounded  Oct.  1916.  Dispatches  May  1917.  M.C.  Nov.  1917. 

ALEXANDER,  HENRY  SCOTT  ANDERSON. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain. 

ALEXANDER,  JAMES  TURNBULL. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Shooting.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917  Cadet.  Tank  Corps,  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1918. 

ALEXANDER,  JOHN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1902;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  D.P.H. ;  D.T.M. 
and  H.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  53rd  Field  Ambulance,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain 
1915;  Major  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  and  June  1918  and  Jan.  1919. 

ALEXANDER,  JOHN  BUDGE. 

M.A.  1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1907.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain. 

ALEXANDER,  JOHN  CHARLES. 

Glasgow  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Nov. 
1915.  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916. 

ALEXANDER,  RICHARD  CHARLES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1911. 
Assistant  in  Surgery.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1916.  France  1916.  Captain 
June  1917;  Major  Jan.  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917  and  March  1919. 

ALEXANDER,  ROBERT  HARPER. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-9,  Cadet;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914, 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915;  Acting  Major  June  1919. 
France.  M.C.  June  1918. 

ALEXANDER,  STUART  MAXWELL. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  June  1915,  and  Medical  Unit,  April  1918  to  Feb.  1919, 
Cadet.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Corporal  May  1915. 

ALEXANDER,  THOMAS  HOOD  WILSON. 

Perth  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Red  Cross,  Morayshire, 
1914-15-  R.A.M.C.,  ist  Scottish  General  Hospital,  Captain  Jan.  1915;  Major 
Nov.  1917. 

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ALEXANDER,  WILLIAM  ALISTER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1905-7.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1909-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1915;  Captain  April  1916. 
Malta;  N.-W.  Frontier,  India;  Egypt;  France. 

ALEXANDER,  WILLIAM  GREIG. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1902.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  Army 
Chaplain,  4th  Class,  1917.  France  and  Black  Sea. 

ALISON,  ARTHUR  JAMES. 

Rugby.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1893.  Student  of  Law,  1893-5  ;  LL.B.  1896.  Advocate. 
Army  Recruiting  Staff,  Lieut.  April  1917.  Ministry  of  National  Service. 

ALISON,  WILLIAM  INGLIS. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1912-14.  4th  and  I5th 
Royal  Scots, Private  Sept.  1914.  1 2th  Scottish  Rifles,  Lieut.  Bombing  Instructor, 
France. 

ALLAN,  ANDREW  PURVIS. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1910-12  and  1918-19.  2/ist  Fife 
and  Forfar  Yeomanry,  Sergeant  Sept.  1914.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917. 
Wounded  July  1917.  Lieut.  Oct.  1918. 

ALLAN,  CHARLES  FALCONER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1904.  7th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914;  2nd 
Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

ALLAN,  DAVID  ANDREW. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May 
to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force  (Naval),  Cadet  Oct.  1917;  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1918;  Flight  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  H.M.S.  Furious,  Fleet  Observer  and  Pilot. 

ALLAN,  DOUGLAS  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1915-16  and  1919.  H.M. 
Factory,  Craigleith;  Nitration  Chemist,  1916-18.  R.F.A.,  Signaller  1918-19. 

ALLAN,  ERNEST. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April 
1915;  Captain  April  1916.  Dundee  War  Hospital,  March  1919. 

ALLAN,  FRANCIS  HALLIDAY. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1908-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1912-14  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  5th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  June  1916. 
Transferred  R.E.  (T.)  Feb.  1918.  France  1915-19;  Festubert  1915,  Beaumont 
Hamel  1916,  Arras  1917,  Ypres  1918. 

ALLAN,  FRANCIS  JOHN. 

Dumfries  Academy  and  Royal  Naval  School,  New  Cross ;  First  XV.  Cadet 
Corps,  2nd  Officer.  M.B.,  CM.  1880 ;  M.D.  1883;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1887. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Sept.  1914.  Acting  Sanitary  Supervisor. 

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ALLAN,  GEORGE  GRANT. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1908-11,  Cadet.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  4th  Royal  Scots,  1911;  Lieut,  and 
Machine-Gun  Officer,  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1918.  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

ALLAN,  GEORGE  STEWART. 

Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  April  1915,  Cadet.  2nd 
Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916. 

ALLAN,  HARRY. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  roth  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Private  June  1916.  2nd  Cameron  Highlanders,  Jan.  1917.  2nd  Northampton- 
shire Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Salonika  Jan.  to  July  1917.  France  April 
1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

ALLAN,  JAMES. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-15  and  1918-19.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Private  June  1915; 
Sergeant  Jan.  1916.  3rd  Lowland  Field  Ambulance,  attached  56th  Field 
Ambulance.  Gassed  March  1918. 

ALLAN,  JOHN  EDWIN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  1909  to  Feb.  1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  i8th  Field  Ambulance,  France. 

ALLAN,  JOHN  FINLAY. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Sept.  1917; 
Captain  Sept.  1918. 

ALLAN,  JOHN  GIBSON. 

B.Sc.  1910.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  Anatomy  Staff, 
1916-17.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug  1917;  Captain  Aug.  1918.  France. 

ALLAN,  LINDSAY  GORDON. 

Scotch  College,  West  Australia.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917. 
Athletics.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  March  to  Nov.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

ALLAN,  PETER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1920;  D.P.H.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1906-9,  Private.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1915  ;  Captain  Feb.  1918. 

ALLAN,  ROBERT  MARSHALL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1910;  M.D.  1914.     R.A.M.C,  Captain.     M.C. 

ALLAN,  WILLIAM. 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16;  M.A.  1920.  R.G.A.,  Gunner 
Oct.  1916;  Signaller  Feb.  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917  to  May  1919. 

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ALLAN,  WILLIAM  NIMMO. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1911-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  Gordon  Highlanders 
(Pioneers),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain  Dec.  1917  to  Jan. 
1919.  M.C.  Aug.  1917. 

ALLARDICE,  FRANK. 

Forfar  Academy.     Student  of  Medicine,  1918.     R.A.M.C.,  Private  June  1917. 

ALLEN,  CHARLES  HENRY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  F.R.C.S.  R.A.M.C.  (T.)  1908;  Captain  1912.  Military  Hospital, 
Alexandria,  Egypt.  Palestine.  Dispatches  1917.  Order  of  the  Nile  (4th  Class), 
1918.  O.B.E.  1919. 

ALLEN,  RUBEN  WATT. 

M.A.  1906.     R.F.A.,  Captain  ;  Major. 

ALLEN,  SAMUEL. 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15  and  1919;  B.Sc.  1920.  R.E.  (Special 
Brigade),  Corporal  July  1915.  R.G.A.,  gist  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917; 
Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  France.  Wounded  June  1918. 

ALLISON,  A.  J.  T. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Sept. 
1914;  Corporal  Dec.  1914.  Attached  A.S.C. ;  2nd  Indian  Cavalry  Division  and 
H.Q.  5th  Cavalry  Division.  France  Nov.  1914  to  May  1918. 

ALLISON,  JAMES. 

Lanark  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914  ;  Captain 
Dec.  1915. 

ALLISON,  JOHN. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  M.D.  1895;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.);  D.P.H. 
(London).  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1898;  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  1909;  Lieut.-Col. 
Sept.  1918.  Attached  North  Hants.  Yeomanry  (T.),  8th  Division,  1914-15.  S.M.O. 
Kettering  1915-16.  President,  Recruiting  Medical  Board  1917-18  and  S.M.O. 
Prisoners  of  War  Camp,  Canterbury,  1918-19. 

ALLISON,  JOHN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1908-11.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1917.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan.  1915  to  April  1917,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918.  India. 

ALLISON,  ROBERT  DUNLOP  REID. 

Irvine  Academy.  M.B.,  CM.  1889;  M.D.  1892.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916. 
Chairman  of  Recruiting  Medical  Board  ;  Ministry  of  Pensions  and  Area  D.C.M.S. 

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ALLISON,  THOMAS  BISSET. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Glenalmond.  Cadet  Corps  1896-8.  Student  of 
Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1906.  Surrey  Yeomanry  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914. 
9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916 ;  Lieut.  1917.  France  ; 
Ypres,  Somme,  and  Arras.  M.C. 

ALLSOP,  CHRISTOPHER  EDWARD. 

Carlisle  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Music.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots, 
Private.  Dollar  Academy  O.T.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914. 

ALLSOPP,  ROBERT  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots, 
1899-1904,  Private.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  May  1916.  Med. 
Exp.  Force. 

ALMOND,  CHARLES  STANLEY. 

Clifton  College.  Cadet  Corps  1906-8.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  5th  West 
Yorkshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  April  1915.  Wounded. 
Invalided  out  Dec.  1918. 

ALPORT,  ARTHUR  CECIL. 

South  African  College,  Cape  Town.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  M.D.  1919.  S.A.M.C., 
Captain  March  1914,  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Dec.  1915;  Major  1916.  Rebellion  in 
Transvaal  and  Free  State,  1914.  German  South- West  Campaign,  1915.  Salonika 
Oct.  1916.  France  Aug.  1919. 

ALSTON,  JAMES  MAXWELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1915-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  June  1918,  Cadet  Corporal.  Royal  Air  Force,  June  1918, 
Flight  Cadet  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

ALVASH,  W. 

R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 

AMES,  FRANCIS  W. 

English  High  School,  Boston.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916.  2nd  Battn.  Scots 
Guards,  Private  March  1917.  M.M.  Sept.  1917. 

AMES,  WILLIAM  MELVILLE. 

High  School,  Dundee.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-15  and  1918-20;  M.A. 
1917;  B.Sc.  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  4th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 
Attached  6th  South  Staffordshire  Regiment.  Wounded  June  1917. 

AMESS,  JOHN. 

Perth  Academy.  M.A.  1907.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  4Oth  Coy.,  Private  July  1917. 
Military  Accounts  Dept.,  Poona,  India,  Dec.  1918  to  April  1919. 

ANAND,  HIRASINGH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut. 

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ANDERSON,  ABNER  GALLIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  and  Nov.  1915  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet  Staff 
Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Field  Ambulance,  Scottish  Horse,  Private  1914. 
R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain  Nov.  1917;  Major.  Mesopotamia 
1916-20.  Dispatches. 

ANDERSON,  ALEXANDER. 

Olivers  Mount  School,  Scarborough.  Student  of  Science,  1897-8.  A.R.S.M. 
No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1897-1900,  Private.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec. 
1914;  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1. 
5ist  Siege  Battery  Aug.  1915  (Sound  Ranging);  attached  R.E.  Aug.  1916. 
475th  Siege  Battery  Sept.  1917;  attached  R.N.  Jan.  1918  to  June  1919.  O.B.E. 
(Military)  June  1919. 

ANDERSON,  ALEXANDER  JAMES. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1891  ;  M.D.  1918.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Jan. 
1916.  France.  Invalided  home  July  1917. 

ANDERSON,  ALFORD  WILLIAM. 

Madras  College,  St  Andrews.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891  ;  M.D.  1909.  Medical  Psychology 
Certificate,  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  1892.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1894,  Major;  Lieut- 
Col.  March  1896.  2/ist  Lowland  Field  Ambulance  1915.  T.D.  1917. 

ANDERSON,  ANDREW  BLAIR. 

Repton.  O.T.C.  1912-14.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Nov.  1917,  Cadet. 
A.S.C.,  Motor  Transport,  Private  Nov.  1917;  Corporal  Feb.  1918.  Italy. 

ANDERSON,  ANDREW  MELVILLE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1897.  Schoolmaster's  Diploma.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  Nyasaland  Volunteer  Reserve,  Private  Aug.  1914. 

ANDERSON,  CHARLES. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1905-10.  Writer  to 
the  Signet,  1910.  ist  Lovat  Scouts,  Private  Sept.  1914;  Corporal  Oct.  1914; 
I5th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1916. 
Major  Nov.  1917.  France  Jan.  1916  to  Feb.  1919.  M.C.  Dec.  1916;  D.S.O. 
April  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918. 

ANDERSON,  CHARLES  BEVAN  CAREW. 

Medical  Student,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1911  to  Sept. 
1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  July  1916  ;  Captain  July  1917. 

ANDERSON,  CHARLES  HENRY  WILLIAM  GATACRE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1913-14,  Cadet.  Student  of  Science,  1919. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1917  to  Aug.  1918,  Cadet  Corporal;  Acting  B.Q.M.S. 
Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1919. 

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ANDERSON,  CHARLES  IAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15  and  1919;  M.A.  1919.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Jan.  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1916.  RG.A.  (T.), 
North  Scottish,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916;  Lieut.  June  1918.  498th  Siege  Battery, 
France,  March  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

ANDERSON,  DAVID. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1913.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Scottish  Horse,  attached  King's  Liverpool  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Royal  Air  Force.  Salonika. 

ANDERSON,  DAVID  CHALMERS. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  3rd  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  June  1916;  L/Corporal  May  1917;  Corporal 
Jan.  1918.  Attached  3rd  and  Sist  Gordon  Highlanders. 

ANDERSON,  DAVID  IRVING. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1915  ;  Major.  Salonika,  two  years.  Military 
Hospital,  Liverpool,  1918.  Dispatches  June  1918  and  1919.  O.B.E.  (Military) 
Jan.  1919. 

ANDERSON,  DAVID  TEMPLETON. 

Bathgate  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov. 
1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  Iith  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private 
March  1916;  L/Corporal  Oct.  1916;  Officer  Cadet.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1917;  Lieut.  Nov.  1918  to  April  1919.  France,  July  1917  to  April  1918. 
Wounded,  Bac  St  Maur,  April  1918. 

ANDERSON,  DONALD  KENNEDY. 

Milne's  Institution,  Fochabers.  M.A.  1912.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Sergeant. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  nth  South  Lancashire  Regiment  (Pioneers),  2nd  Lieut. 
France. 

ANDERSON,  DUGALD  NAIRNE. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1896.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain  ;  Major  (retired). 

ANDERSON,  DUNCAN. 

M'Laren  High  School,  Callander.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A., 
3/4th  Lowland  Brigade,  Gunner  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917  ;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918  ; 
Adjutant  April  1919.  Egypt,  Palestine,  and  Syria. 

ANDERSON,  ERIC  WILLIAM  VERDEN. 

Dunchurch  Hall,  Rugby,  and  Leeds  University.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug- 
1917  to  April  1918,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  April  1918. 

ANDERSON,  ERNEST  MASSON. 

B.Sc.  1897;  M.A.  1898.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  March  1916.  R.E, 
Sapper. 

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ANDERSON,  EWING  GLEN. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17  and 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  to  Nov.  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet 
Nov.  1917;  2nd  Lieut  May  1918. 

ANDERSON,  FREDERICK. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1897;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Oct.  1918;  Sanitary  Officer,  Italy. 

ANDERSON,  FREDERICK  ALEXANDER. 

Stranraer  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  191015.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916.  M.C.  Sept.  1916. 

ANDERSON,  GEORGE  CRANSTON. 

Dundee  High  School;  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1909.  Anglo-French 
Red  Cross,  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917;  Captain  June  1918.  Egyptian 
Expeditionary  Force,  6gth  General  Hospital,  Nov.  1917  to  March  1919. 

ANDERSON,  GUSTAVE  ALEXANDER  MELVILLE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  Royal  Navy.  H.M.S.  Pioneer,  Surgeon-Lieut.  April  1914. 
H.M.A.S.  Encounter  and  Australia,  Oct.  1916  to  March  1917.  Australia  and 
German  East  Africa. 

ANDERSON,  HAMISH  MORTON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915;  Acting 
Major.  France  and  Belgium,  Aug.  1914  to  Feb.  1919.  No.  3  General  Hospital. 
6 ist  Casualty  Clearing  Station  and  2nd  Canadian  Casualty  Clearing  Station, 
France. 

ANDERSON,  HENRY  VANS. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  1911-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  July  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  July  1917.  R.G.A., 
I4ist  Heavy  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  France. 

ANDERSON,  HOPE  PITCAIRN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1913-16  and  1918-19. 
M.A.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force.  France. 

ANDERSON,  IAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1905-10.  Royal  Scots; 
Major. 

ANDERSON,  IAN  ROSS. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1913-18,  Cadet  C.S.M.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1918.  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1918.  King's  Royal  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1919. 

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ANDERSON,  JAMES. 

M.A.  (Rons.  Classics)  1901.  I4th  and  ipth  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  Feb. 
1916;  2nd  Lieut.  France  1916. 

ANDERSON,  JAMES. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1887;  M.B.,  CM.  1891.  B.  Hy.  (Durham)  1898. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  attached  Northern  Cyclist  Battn.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Captain 
April  1915;  Acting  Major  Dec.  1918.  France,  April  1915  to  April  1919;  Field 
Ambulance  and  No.  8  Stationary  Hospital. 

ANDERSON,  JAMES  C. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  R.G.A.,  7Oth  and  337th 
Siege  Batteries,  March  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918.  Royal 
Air  Force,  loth  Squadron  (Observer),  Dec.  1917  to  March  1919.  France. 

ANDERSON,  JAMES  MACMILLAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  Sept.  1916. 
M.O.,  1 8th  Royal  Fusiliers;  i/4th  West  Riding  Regiment  and  Detention  Barracks, 
Woking. 

ANDERSON,  JAMES  PARKER. 

M.A.  1908.     4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 

ANDERSON,  JAMES  ROBERTSON. 

Milne's  Institution,  Fochabers.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898. 
No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1916; 
Captain  Oct.  1917;  Acting  Major  Nov.  1918.  Salonika,  Malta,  and  O.C.  58th 
Scottish  General  Hospital,  France.  La  Medaille  d'Honneur  en  Argent,  1918. 

ANDERSON,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain  ;  Major  Jan.  1916.     C.I.E. 

ANDERSON,  JOHN  ALLAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  D.T.M.  1909;  D.P.H.  1914. 
Vol.  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1899-1904,  Q.M.S.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1905  ;  Captain 
Jan.  1909;  Major  Oct.  1915;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1918;  Brevet  Lieut.-Col. 
Jan.  1919.  France  Aug.  to  Nov.  1914;  Salonika  June  1917  to  April  1919. 
Dispatches  Jan.  and  Aug.  1917  and  Jan.  1919. 

ANDERSON,  JOHN  NORRIE. 

Nicolson  Institute,  Stornoway.  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to 
April  1913,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Acting  Captain 
May  1917  ;  Major  April  1918.  Croix  de  Guerre,  June  1918. 

ANDERSON,  JOHN  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.     N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain  May  1916. 


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ANDERSON,  LEWIS. 

Elgin  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915; 
Acting  Major  March  1918.  D.A.D.M.S.  1918.  Attached  toth  King's  Royal 
Rifles;  nth  Border  Regiment;  32nd  Division  and  5th  Army  Corps.  D.S.O. 
July  1917;  M.C.  Nov.  1918;  Croix  de  Guerre  Aug.  1918.  Dispatches. 

ANDERSON,  MALCOLM  BUCHAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  Athletics.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Nov.  1915  to  June  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  June  1916.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  France,  Salonika,  and  South  Russia. 

ANDERSON,  MARK  LOUDEN. 

Alva  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14  and  1918-19;  B.Sc.  1919.  7th 
Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  Aug.  1914.  nth  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  1916  ;  Lieut.  Feb.  1917. 
M.C.  Dec.  1918. 

ANDERSON,  NOEL  MAURICE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet  King's 
Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Leicestershire  Regiment,  Lieut. 
July  1917.  India. 

ANDERSON,  NORMAN  GEORGE  WHYTE. 

Newport  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  R.N.V.R.,  attached  Royal  Naval 
Division,  Signalman  Sept.  1914  to  Feb.  1919. 

ANDERSON,  ROBERT  CHARLES. 

Diocesan  School,  Naini  Tal,  India.  First  XI.  Cadet  Corps,  1895-9,  Corporal. 
B.Sc.  1906.  Junior  Assistant,  Chemistry.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  March  1916 ; 
L/Corporal.  Meteorological  Section,  5th  Army  Corps,  France. 

ANDERSON,  ROBERT  JOHN. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1912-16,  C.S.M.  Student 
of  Science,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1916  to  May  1917,  Cadet;  Officer 
Cadet  May  1917.  ist  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  Wounded 
at  Cambrai  Oct.  1918.  M.C.  Aug.  1918. 

ANDERSON,  ROBERT  PRINGLE. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  B.Sc.  1911;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
March  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1915;  Acting  Major  and  D.A.D.M.S.,  Feb.  1919. 
M.C.  June  1918. 

ANDERSON,  ROBERT  YUILL. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1894.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  mobilised  Aug.  1914 
to  Jan.  1919;  Temporary  Major  Dec.  1914;  Major  March  1916.  3O5th  and  3i2th 
Field  Ambulances  ;  2i6th  and  igznd  Brigades.  Mentions  Jan.  and  Sept.  1917. 

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ANDERSON,  RUPERT  GEORGE. 

Loretto.  O.T.C.  1914-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Jan.  to  Sept.  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1918. 

ANDERSON,  THOMAS. 

Student  of  Law,  1913-15  and  1917-18.     gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1915. 

ANDERSON,  THOMAS. 

Leven  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917-18,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet,  July 
1918.  7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

ANDERSON,  THOMAS. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-15;  M.A.  1915.  15th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
Private. 

ANDERSON,  THOMAS  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1905.  East  African  Veterinary  Corps,  Captain. 
Entomologist  to  the  Forces.  East  African  Campaign,  1915-17. 

ANDERSON,  THOMAS  MACMILLAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XL  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.D.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Captain  Oct.  1916.  War  Hospital,  Warrington,  1915  ; 
Embarkation  Medical  Officer,  Havre,  July  1917-19. 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM. 

Tain  Royal  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916 
to  May  1917,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet  May  1917 ;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917. 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM. 

M.A.  1912.     Chaplain.     Mauritius. 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM. 

Kingussie  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1910-15  and  1918-19; 
M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1911  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Oct.  1914.  7th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut. 
March  1917.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force.  France  1914.  Wounded  at  Bois 
Grenier  Dec.  1914,  and  at  Hulluch  Oct.  1915.  Prisoner  of  War,  Germany,  March 
1917  to  Jan.  1919.  M.C.  Oct.  1915. 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916. 
Invalided  out  April  1917. 

ANDERSON,  WILLIAM  LOWE.     (See  p.  747.) 

ANDREW,  ALEXANDER  KEITH. 

Royal  High  School.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1914  to 
Jan.  1916,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917. 
France  and  Italy.  Wounded  Sept.  1916  and  July  1917.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917. 
M.C.  June  1918. 

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ANDREW,  ALFRED  HERBERT  TRESHAM. 

Bedford  and  St  Edward's;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  Private  1903-7.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain 
April  1915.  88th  Field  Ambulance,  29th  Division,  Med.  Exp.  Force. 

ANDREW,  ROBERT. 

Linlithgow  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-13  and  1916-17.  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1917.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-13,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  gth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1915;  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1917; 
Captain  Aug.  1918.  France  1915.  East  Africa  1917-19.  Wounded  at  Loos 
Sept.  1915. 

ANDREW,  THOMAS  FARQUHARSON. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and 
1917-19.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914.  nth  and  i/4th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut.  Nov.  1916.  France 
Nov.  1915  to  Nov.  1917.  M.C.  July  1916  and  Bar  Aug.  1917. 

ANDREWS,  H.  R. 

Student  of  Law,  1894-5.  Hants.  Carbineers,  Trooper.  South  African  Campaign, 
1899-1901.  I4th  West  Yorkshire  Regiment,  Lieut.  1914. 

ANDREWS,  JAMES  BROWN. 

Dollar  Academy.  Cadet  Corps  1902-8,  Corporal.  Student  of  Law,  1911-12. 
4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  Nov.  1916; 
Acting  Captain  Oct.  1917.  R.A.S.C.  (Special  Duty),  Egyptian  Camel  Transport 
Corps,  March  1917.  Egypt  July  1915  to  July  1919. 

ANDREWS,  JOHN  ALBAN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.R.C.S.  and  L.R.C.P.  (London)  1912.  Anatomy  Staff,  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  ;  Major.  M.C. 

ANDREWS,  WILLIAM  J. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.    4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

ANGUS,  A.  W. 

Student  of  Law,  1909-11.  Chartered  Accountant,  1913.  Scottish  Rugby  Inter- 
national. 9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1914;  loth  Gordon  Highlanders;  King's 
Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Captain  ;  Lieut.-Col.  D.S.O.  Three  times  mentioned  in 
Dispatches. 

ANGUS,  THOMAS  CURR. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Jan.  to  May  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915. 
R.E.  (Signals),  Nov.  1915  to  April  1919;  Lieut.  July  1917.  East  Africa 
1916.  Dispatches  Oct.  1917. 

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ANGUS,  WALTER  CHALMERS  SMITH. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1911-15.  M.A.  1914.  2/4th  Border  Regiment 
(S.R.),  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain.  India  1915.  Mesopotamia  Aug. 
1916  to  March  1919. 

ANNAN,  JOHN  LAING. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1916.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915.  Rejoined  May  1918; 
Captain.  Bacteriologist  and  Pathologist.  France  1915,  1916,  and  1919. 

ANTHONY,  JOHN. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Science,  1910-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915,  Cadet. 
5th  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting 
Captain  Aug.  1917.  Attached  7th  Royal  Warwicks.  Egypt.  M.C.  Oct.  1917. 

ANTHONY,  RICHARD  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1897;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1909.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Major; 
Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1918. 

APEDAILE,  J.  LEONARD. 

Student  of  Law,  1904-6.  Chartered  Accountant,  1909.  Montreal  Heavy 
Artillery,  Lieut. 

APPLEYARD,  CECIL  STEELE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry  1915,  and  Medical 
April  1918-19,  Cadet.  6th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Private  Jan.  1916;  L/Corporal 
March  1916;  Corporal  April  1917.  France.  Wounded  July  1917. 

APTHOMAS,  GARTH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Resident  M.O.,  Nellhane  Military  Hospital,  Manchester,  1916. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1918. 

APTHORP,  HUGH  LLEWELLYN. 

Haileybury.  M.B.,  CM.  1897;  M.D.  1900.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Captain  Dec.  1915. 

ARBUCKLE,  HENRY  ERNEST. 

High  School,  Durban.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.);  D.P.H. 
(Camb.).  West  African  Medical  Service!  M.O.,  3rd  Scottish  General  Hospital, 
Glasgow,  May  to  July  1916.  Special  List,  Captain  May  1917.  Nyasaland  Field 
Force.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

ARCHIBALD,  DAVID. 

Forfar  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1910-12.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Dec.  1915. 
R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1918. 

ARCHIBALD,  JAMES. 

North  Canongate.  M.A.  1889.  Schoolmaster,  ist  Vol.  Battn.  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Nov.  1914. 

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ARCHIBALD,  ROBERT. 

Dollar  Institution.  M.A.  (Glasg.).  LL.B.  1907.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  Jan.  1917; 
Acting  Bombardier  1918. 

ARCHIBALD,  ROBERT  GEORGE. 

Dollar  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1919.  First  XV. 
R.A.M.C.,  Jan.  1906,  Captain  1909;  Major  1919.  Attached  Egyptian  Army. 
D.S.O.  1918.  Dispatches,  Katfia  1908;  Dardanelles  1915;  Darfur  1916;  Sudan 
1919. 

ARGO,  ARCHIBALD. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Law,  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to 
May  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  Officer  Cadet  July  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918 
to  March  1919.  France  April  1918.  Invalided  home  Aug.  1918. 

ARKWRIGHT,  EUSTACE. 

Bradfield.  M.B.,  CM.  1896.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Jan.  1897;  Staff  Surgeon 
1905;  Fleet  Surgeon  1913;  Surgeon-Commander  1919. 

ARMISTEAD,  WILLIAM  HENRY. 

Ramsey  Grammar  School,  Isle  of  Man.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1905 
to  June  1910,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April 
1915. 

ARMOUR,  THEODORE  ROBERT  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1897;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1910. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  July  1908;  Acting  Major  March  1918.  Attached  ist 
Western  Hospital. 

ARMSTRONG,  EDMOND  A. 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff.  O.T.C.  1915-16,  Cadet.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17 
and  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  Nov.  1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  Oct. 
1917.  R.F.A.,  B/98th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1918.  Salonika. 

ARMSTRONG,  FERGUS. 

Abergele  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  M.D.  and  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1913.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1908-10,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain 
March  1915.  Welsh  War  Hospital.  Serbian  Army,  Major  1915.  Lady  Paget's 
and  Queen  of  Roumania's  Hospitals,  1916-18.  Taken  prisoner  of  war  at 
Skoplje  Oct.  1915.  Officer  of  Order  of  Star  of  Roumania,  July  1917. 

ARMSTRONG,  JOHN  SCAIFE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914  to 
Aug.  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1915  ;  Captain  Feb.  1916. 

ARMSTRONG,  LAURENCE  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1913.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Jan.  1910  to  July  1913, 
Cadet.  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  July  1915. 

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ARNOLD,  JOHN  IRWIN. 

L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.);  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  June 
1916.  Mediterranean  Expeditionary  Force. 

ARNOLD-SIMMERS,  WILLIAM. 

Dundee  High  School;  Athletics.  M.A.  (St  Andrews)  1887.  ist  Fife  Vol. 
Artillery.  M.B.,  CM.  1890.  Canadian  Mounted  Rifles,  Cavalry  Division, 
Trooper,  1914-16.  Royal  Navy  Transports,  Surgeon  1916  to  1919. 

ARNOTT,  DAVID. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Aug.  1917  to  June  1918,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

ARNOTT,  ROBERT  JAMES. 

Dumfries  Academy.  M.A.  1904.  Secretary,  S.R.C.  1903-4.  Canadian  War 
Records  Office,  London,  Private  Feb.  1917. 

ARNOTT,  STANLEY. 

Durham  School;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  First  XV.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Jan.  1911  to  March  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Aug.  1914.  ist  Cavalry 
Field  Ambulance,  France.  3ist  General  Hospital,  Egypt.  E.A.M.C.,  Sudan, 
Bimbashi,  1917. 

ARTHUR,  JAMES. 

M.B.,Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1911.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1898-1903,  B.Q.S.M. 
R.A.M.C.,  May  1912;  Captain  April  1915;  Major  Nov.  1915.  Military  Hospital, 
Kingston-on-Thames.  2/2nd  East  Anglian  Field  Ambulance,  1915. 

ARTHUR,  JOHN  FELSTED  STUART. 

Student  of  Law,  1914-15.  Chartered  Accountant,  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut; 
Lieut.  June  1916. 

ASH,  HERBERT  MINGAYE. 

Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  A.S.C., 
2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

ASH,  ROBERT  VACY  CLIFFORD. 

Pietermaritzburg  College,  Natal.  First  XL;  Cricket  and  Football.  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1901;  D.P.H. ;  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  1903.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain 
Dec.  1915  ;  Major  Jan.  1918.  Attached  2/4th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch). 
6oth  Field  Ambulance,  Adjutant.  France  July  1917  to  June  1919.  M.C.  Nov.  1917. 

ASHKENNY,  ARMLY. 

Trent  College,  Notts,  and  D.C.M.S.,  Cheltenham.  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903  ; 
B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1909.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  Gunner.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Jan.  1918.  France. 

ASHRUFF,  MOHOMED. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.     Hyderabad  Military  Medical  Department,  1903  ;  Major  March 

1915.     M.O.,    ist    Hyderabad  Imperial    Service,    Lancers.       Egypt    Oct.     1914. 

Invalided   Feb.   1916.     Depot,  Imperial  Service  Troops,  June  1916.     Dispatches. 

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ASHTON,  BASIL  CEDRIC. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Med.  Exp. 
Force. 

ASHWORTH,  JOSIAH  WALTER  ROBERT. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Law,  1915.  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  Private  April  1916.  Invalided  Jan.  1919. 

ATKINSON,  ALBERT  ALEXANDER. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  Prosector,  Anatomy.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Nov.  1908-12,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  April  1915.  Royal  Air  Force  Medical  Service,  Major  Oct.  1918. 
Dispatches  June  1916. 

ATKINSON,  CHRISTOPHER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1909  to  April  1913,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915. 

ATKINSON,  GEORGE  ARMSTRONG. 

Royal  Grammar  School,  Newcastle.  M.B.,  C.M.  1882;  'M.D.  1887.  Assistant, 
Materia  Medica,  1883-7.  Royal  Navy,  Acting  Admiralty  Surgeon  and  Examiner 
of  Recruits,  April  1915. 

ATKINSON,  JOHN  JAMES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1900-3.  5th  and  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
Lieut;  Captain  Aug.  1915. 

ATKINSON,  MONTAGUE  PARKER. 

Forest  School;  First  XI;  Football.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19.  Worcester- 
shire Regiment,  Lieut.  July  1917  ;  Captain  Sept.  1917. 

ATKINSON,  SYDNEY. 

Leith  Academy.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1915, 
Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  .Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting  Captain 
Jan.  1918. 

AUDITTO,  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Science,  1912-14.     Indian  Field  Ambulance. 

AULD,  CHARLES  G. 

Ackworth  School,  near  Pontefract.  First  XI. ;  Cricket  and  Football.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1918.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S.  Cameleon,  Surgeon-Probationer, 
Oct.  1917. 

AULD,  THOMAS  McNEILL. 

Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Jnfantry,  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Naval  Transport, 
Wireless  Officer,  June  1917  to  Nov.  1918.  Mediterranean,  Indian  Ocean,  and 
North  Atlantic. 

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AULD,  WILLIAM  ARTHUR  HOPKINSON. 

Boroughmuir  School.  M.A.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  July  1915;  Sergeant 
March  1916  to  April  1917. 

AUSTIN,  FREDERICK  CECIL  KYLE. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C,  Temp. 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Temp.  Captain  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Captain 
Feb.  1918.  France  1914.  Persia. 

AUSTIN,  WILLIAM  ALFRED  MARTIN. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  ;  M.A.  1915.  I3th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Staff  Lieut.  March  1917.  Air  Ministry,  1918;  Labour, 
1919- 

AVERILL,  LESLIE  CECIL  LLOYD. 

Christ's  College,  Christchurch,  N.Z.  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  4th 
N.Z.  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  France.  Wounded  Aug.  1918.  M.C. 
(Bapaume)  Aug.  1918. 

AYMER,  CHARLES  ALASTAIR. 

Grammar  School,  Aberdeen,  and  Aberdeen  University.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct. 
1915  to  June  1916.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to 
March  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917. 

BABINGTON,  HAROLD  HUBERT. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry.  Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and 
L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1907.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  and  R.A.M.C,  1902-7, 
Private.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Nov.  1907;  Surgeon  Lieut.  -  Commander 
Nov.  191$. 

BABINGTON,  JAMES  WILLIAM  HERBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1912.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain;  Major 
March  1916. 

BABINGTON,  MARCUS  HILL. 

Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1898.  RA.M.C,  Major;  Lieut-Col. 
March  1915.  D.S.O. 

BABONAU,  ALEXANDER  FREDERICK. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain  Feb.  1910. 

BADENOCH,  ALFRED. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1917-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1912  to  June  1915,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.G.A.  (T.)  Highland  (Fife),  2nd 
Lieut.  June  1915;  Acting  Lieut,  and  Adjutant  March  1917;  Lieut.  June  1917. 
France  Nov.  1915  ;  Somme,  Arras,  and  Ypres. 


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BADGER,  CHARLES  WILLIAM.  ' 

George  Heriot's  School ;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1909-10,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Science  and  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Nov.  1914 
to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Royal  Scots  and  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut. 

BADGER,  ROBERT. 

George  Heriot's  School;  Athletics.  O.T.C.  1909-10,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Science,  1913-14.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  R.E.,  Aug.  1915  ; 
Sergeant-Major  Jan.  1916.  Royal  Air  Force,  May  1918  ;  Flight  Cadet  Nov.  1918  ; 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

BADGEROW,  GEORGE  WASHINGTON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Toronto)  1901;  M.D.  (Toronto)  1909;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1910; 
L.R.C.P.  (London);  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.).  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Hon. 
Lieut-Col.  July  1917.  Consulting  Surgeon  for  Diseases  of  the  Throat,  Nose 
and  Ear,  London  Area.  C.M.G.  Dispatches  July  1918. 

BADRE,  AHMAD. 

Khedival  School,  Cairo,  and  Engineering  College,  Gezah.  Student  of  Arts 
and  Science,  1907-14  and  1919.  Royal  Scots,  Private  June  1917;  Highland 
Cyclist  Battn.  (Black  Watch) ;  R.E.  (Field  Survey  Battn.),  Sapper.  France  1918. 

BAEZA,  JOSHUA  ISADORE. 

Harrison  College,  Barbados.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  West  African 
Medical  Staff,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Aug.  1917.  Gold  Coast. 
Dispatches  Dec.  1915. 

BAHARKHANY,  SYED  SHAHJAHAN. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-16.  Indian  Field  Ambulance,  Oct.  1914.  Royal  Victoria 
Hospital,  Netley. 

BAHREE,  DHANI  RAM. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1911-16;  M.A.  191$;  B.Sc.  (Civil  Engineering) 
M.  R.  San.  I.  Indian  Contingent,  Indian  Expeditionary  Force  (Interpreter),  Dec. 
1914. 

BAIKIE,  HUGH  MACANDREW. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps.  B.Sc.  1909.  A.M.I.C.E.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Feb.  1911,  Cadet  Bombardier.  Engineers  I.A.R.O., 
attached  2nd  Q.V.O.  Sappers  and  Miners,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1916;  Lieut.  March 
1917.  Mesopotamian  Expeditionary  Force,  Dec.  1916  to  May  1919. 

BAILDON,  FRANCIS  JOSEPH. 

Brewood  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1881.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  8th  Lanca- 
shire Volunteer  Regiment,  Lieut.  April  1917. 

BAILLIE,  THOMAS  CLEGHORN. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1893;  D.Sc.  1899.  R.G.A., 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  May  1916.  Ceylon  Jan.  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

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BAIN,  ARCHIBALD  WALLACE  WILLIAMSON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.) 
1910.  R.H.A.,  Gunner  Feb.  1917;  Officer  Cadet  May  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1917;  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Research  Department,  Woolwich  Arsenal, 
Nov.  1918.  France  Jan.  1918. 

BAIN,  DANIEL. 

Gateshead  School.  M.A.  1910.  Schoolmaster.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  1903, 
Sergeant;  2nd  Lieut,  and  Lieut.  1915  ;  Captain  1916  to  July  1919.  M.C.  Twice 
mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

BAIN,  DAVID. 

Sharp's  Institution,  Perth.  B.Sc.  1906;  D.Sc.  1912.  Demonstrator  in  Chemistry. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  L/Corporal  Aug.  1914 ;  Sergeant.  Released 
for  Munition  Work  (Chemist)  Oct.  1915. 

BAIN,  FRANCIS  OLIVER. 

Kilmarnock  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-10,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Science, 
Forestry,  1912-14;  B.Sc.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913-14  Cadet.  R.F.A., 
I7th  Brigade,  29th  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914 ;  Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  Gallipoli 
1915;  Egypt  1916;  France  1916-17.  Dispatches  May  1917. 

BAIN,  JAMES. 

Cromarty  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-14;  M.A.  1913.  School- 
master. 4th  Seaforth  Highlanders  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917. 
Machine-Gun  Corps,  July  1916.  R.E.  (Signals),  July  1918.  M.C.  1917.  France. 

BAINBRIDGE,  CHARLES  FREDERICK. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  B.Sc.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  1908;  Surgeon  Lieut-Commander 
Aug.  1918.  North  Sea  1914  and  1916-17;  Gallipoli  1915. 

BAIRD,  ARCHIBALD  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1910-12.  Student  of  Science,  1913.  Royal 
Army  Veterinary  Corps,  Private  Aug.  1914;  L/Corporal  Jan.  1915;  Corporal 
March  1915;  Sergeant  April  1915;  Staff  Sergeant  April  1916.  Gallipoli  May 
1915  to  Jan.  1916;  Egypt  and  Palestine  Jan.  1916  to  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches  1915 
and  1916. 

BAIRD,  HARVEY. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June 
1917;  Captain  June  1918.  Specialist  in  Mental  Diseases. 

BAIRD,  JOSEPH  HAROLD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May ,1909  to 
March  1913,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1913;  Captain  July 
1915  ;  Acting  Major  Aug.  1918  to  March  1919.  Persia.  Dispatches  Dec.  1915. 

BAIRD,  RALPH  GLENN. 

M.A.  1910.  Schoolmaster.  R.E.  (Scottish  Signal  Service),  Sapper  Sept.  1914 
Corporal  1915;  Sergeant  1916;  C.S.M.  1917. 

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BAIRD,  W.  J.  STIRLING. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1911-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept. 
1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1916; 
Captain  Oct.  1916.  M.C.  March  1918. 

BAKER,  ARCHIBALD  DONALD.  (See  p.  747.) 

BA-KET,  MAUNG. 

M.B.,  CM.  1900;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1901.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain;  Major 
Sept.  1914. 

BALCK,  CHARLES  AUGUSTUS  JOHN  ALBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.     R.A.M.C.,  Captain;  Major  March  1914. 

BALD,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Arts.     I2th  Scottish  Rifles,  Lieut. 

BALDIE,  ALEXANDER. 

Grey  Institute,  Port  Elizabeth,  Cape  Colony.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915  to  March  1919.  France  1914.  Medaille  de 
1'Assistance  Publique  (French)  Nov.  1917. 

BALDWIN,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  R.G.A.,  I56th  Heavy 
Battery,  Gunner  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1916. 

BALFOUR,  ANDREW. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1898;  B.Sc. 
(P.H.)  1900;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.);  D.P.H.  (Camb.).  R.A.M.C,  Lieut-Col.  July  1915. 
Member,  Advisory  Medical  Committee.  Mediterranean  1915-16;  Mesopotamia 
1916-17.  East  Africa  1917-18.  C.M.G.  1912;  C.B.  Jan.  1918. 

BALFOUR,  THE  RIGHT  HON.  ARTHUR  JAMES. 

Eton.  Chancellor,  Edinburgh  University  from  1891.  O.M. ;  M.P. ;  D.C.L. ; 
LL.D. ;  F.R.S.  First  Lord  of  Admiralty,  May  1915  to  Dec.  1916.  Secretary  of 
State  for  Foreign  Affairs,  Dec.  1916.  Head  of  British  Mission  to  America,  1917. 
Member  of  Peace  Conference,  Paris,  1919. 

BALFOUR,  HARRY  HYNDMAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1895.  South  African  Medical  Corps, 
Lieut-Col.  1909.  P.M.O.,  Transvaal.  Mobilised  Sept.  1914.  German  South- 
West  Africa,  A.D.M.S.  Invalided  to  Scotland,  March  1915.  Exp.  Force  of  South 
Africa,  Civil  Surgeon,  July  1916.  M.B.E.  Jan.  1918;  O.B.E.  June  1919. 
Dispatches  twice. 

BALFOUR,  THE  HON.  JAMES  MONCRIEFF. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Cheltenham  College.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law, 
1901-3.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1904.  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Oct.  1914.  Staff  Captain  1915.  G.H.Q.,  France,  1916-17.  War  Office,  1917. 
Assistant  Secretary,  Ministry  of  National  Service,  1917-18.  O.B.E.  (Military)  1919. 

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BALFOUR,  JOHN  HUTTON. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Lieut. 
6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers. 

BALFOUR,  THOMAS  HENRY. 

Royal  High  School;  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1911. 
R.A.M.C.,  igth  Infantry  Brigade,  Lieut.  July  1912;  Captain  March  1915;  Acting 
Major  May  1918;  Brevet  Major  June  1919.  Attached  2nd  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders.  D.A.D.M.S.  I2th  Division,  and  XVth  Corps,  France.  M.O.,  R.E., 
6th  Division,  Field  Ambulance.  India.  M.C.  Feb.  1915.  Dispatches  Feb.  1915, 
Jan.  1917,  and  July  1919.  Died  at  Quetta  on  i6th  March  1920. 

BALFOUR,  WILLIAM  LESLIE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Oct.  1916-18. 

BALFOUR-KINNEAR,  GEORGE  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law.  M.A.  1900.  Writer  to  the 
Signet.  Emeritus  Professor,  Amherst  College,  Mass.  U.S.A.  48th,  37th,  and 
95th  Canadian  Highlanders,  Private  March  1915;  Corporal  1915;  Sergeant; 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  Invalided  out  August  1917. 

BALFOUR-MELVILLE,  EVAN  WHYTE  MELVILLE. 

Charterhouse.     B.A.    (Oxford).     Student   of   Arts.     Assistant    in    History   since 

1911.  Special  List  (Recruiting  Duties),  Lieut.  June  1917.       ist  Grade  Official, 
Ministry  of  National  Service. 

BALKIN,  ISRAEL  JACOB. 

High  School,  Oudtshoorn,  Cape  Colony.  Cadet  Corps  1904-7,  Sergeant.  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1909,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916. 

BALL,  GEORGE  FALCONER. 

Sedbergh;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1909-12,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of 
Science,  1912-14  and  1918-20.  7th  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug. 
1914;  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Captain  June  1916.  M.C.  and  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

BALLANTINE,  ALEXANDER  STUART. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-10  and  1916-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  1910-11,  Cadet,  ist  Monmouthshire  Regiment  (T.),  Rifleman 
Sept.  1914.  Discharged  medically  unfit  i6th  Aug.  1915. 

BALLANTINE,  ARTHUR  JAMES. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.    1912;   F.R.C.S.   (Edin.)    1914.     O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.   1908  to  Feb. 

1912,  Cadet.     R.A.M.C.,   Captain.     Attached    4th   South    African    Horse,   East 
African  Expeditionary  Force. 

BALLANTINE,  JAMES. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  to  July  1916, 
Cadet.  R.G.A.  (T.),  North  Scottish,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916;  Lieut.  June  1918. 
Mention  Aug.  1919. 


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BALLANTINE,  JOHN. 

M.A.  1905.     R.F.A.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

BALLANTYNE,  CHARLES  S. 

Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.     3rd  Scottish  Rifles,  Private. 

BALLENY,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-14-  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet. 
2nd  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut.  Sept.  1916. 

BALSILLIE,  GEORGE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1915  to  Dec.  1917.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  Dec.  1917. 

BAMFORD,  R.  B. 

Student.     8th  Worcestershire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 

BANKART,  ARTHUR  REGINALD. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1892;  D.P.H.  (London).  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  1895;  Surgeon- 
Commander.  Hon.  Physician  to  H.M.  King  Edward  VII.  1905  and  H.M.  King 
George  V.  1910.  H.M.S.  Agincourt  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1917.  S.M.O.,  Gosport, 
Feb.  1917.  C.V.O.  Jutland  Battle,  May  1916.  Dispatches. 

BANKS,  ANNIE  FALCONER. 

High  School,  Stranraer.  M.A.  1909.  Q.M.A.A.C.  ;  Assistant  Administrator, 
Sept.  1917;  Deputy  Administrator  in  charge  of  Patrols  1917. 

BANKS,  GEORGE  SMITH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July 
1917  ;  Captain  1918. 

BANKS,  JAMES  NOEL. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1911-18,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1918.  Royal  Air  Force,  Probationary  Flight  Officer,  Royal  Navy, 
March  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force,  April  1918. 

BANKS,  THOMAS  WATSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  Student  of  Medicine,  1919-20. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet  April  1917  ; 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Lieut.  April  1918  to  Sept.  1919.  Egypt,  Macedonia,  and 
South  Russia. 

BANKS,  THOMAS  WILSON. 

Hamilton  Place  School,  Edinburgh.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain 
1896;  Major.  Attached  8th  Highland  Light  Infantry.  Palestine  and  Egypt. 

BANNERMAN,  A.  W. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15  and  1920.  4th  Royal  Scots 
(T.),  Private  May  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917  ;  Lieut.  Dec.  1917. 

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BANNERMAN,  JAMES. 

Elgin  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914  ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ;  L.R.F.P.  &  S. 
(Glasg.)  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1911-15.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1915; 
Captain  March  1916  to  Oct.  1919. 

BANNERMAN,  ROBERT  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1909-15.  Vans 
Dunlop  Scholar.  M.A.  1910;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914;  M.D.  1919.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan. 
1910  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain 
May  1915. 

BANNERMAN,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1894.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1916.  Royal  Air 
Force  Medical  Service,  Captain  Oct.  1918;  Flight  Lieut. 

BANNERMAN,  WILLIAM  BURNEY. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  M.B.,  C.M.  1881  ;  M.D.  1889;  B.Sc.  1896; 
D.Sc.  1909.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1883;  Major-General  (retired). 
Burmese  Campaign,  1886-9.  Surgeon-General,  Government  of  Madras,  1911-18. 
C.S.I.  1911.  K.H.P.  1913. 

BAPTIE,  THOMAS. 

Tranent  School.  M.A.  1908.  Schoolmaster.  3rd  Royal  Scots,  Private  June 
1917;  L/Corporal;  Corporal;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1919. 

BARBEAU,  LOUIS  GABRIEL. 

Royal  College,  Mauritius.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891 ;  D.P.H.  (London).  Mauritius 
Volunteer  Force,  Private  June  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917. 

BARBOUR,  GEORGE  BROWN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1903-6.  B.A.  (Cambridge);  M.A.  (Hons. 
Classics)  1911.  Friends'  Ambulance,  Belgium  (Dresser),  1914-15.  ist  British 
Ambulance,  Italy,  1915-17.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

BARCLAY,  ALEXANDER. 

Coupar  Angus  School.  M.A.  1902 ;  B.D.  1906.  Senior  President,  Theological 
Society.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Hon.  Chaplain,  ist  Lanarkshire 
Volunteer  Regiment,  March  1917. 

BARCLAY,  HUGH  BROMFIELD. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  42nd  (E.  Lanes.)  Division, 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  March  1918;  Captain. 
Egypt  till  Oct.  1915;  Gallipoli  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916;  Sinai  1916-17;  France 
1917-19.  M.C.  July  1917.  Twice  wounded. 

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BARCLAY,  WILLIAM. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan.  1909  to  Aug. 
1914,  Cadet  Staff  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April 
1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  France.  M.C.  Aug.  1916.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

BARCLAY,  WILLIAM  ANDREW. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-16  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1916.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1916.  R.G.A., 
1 36th  Siege  Battery,  Lieut.  June  1918. 

BARCLAY,  WILLIAM  JOHN. 

Auckland  College  and  Grammar  School,  New  Zealand.  B.A.  (N.Z.)  1893; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  and  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1903.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Hospital 
Ship  Maheno,  Captain  Jan.  1916. 

BARCROFT,  DAVID  MALCOMSON. 

Leys  School,  Cambridge.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1918. 
Italy. 

BARDSWELL,  NOEL  DEAN. 

Sherborne.  M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  1899;  F.R.C.P.  (Lond.) ;  M.R.C.P.  (Edin.). 
Rowing  "Blue"  1893-5.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Sept.  1915;  Major  Dec.  1915. 
Mediterranean  Exp.  Force.  Malta,  Sicily,  Hospital  Ship  Britannic,  and  France 
Oct.  1915  to  Dec.  1916.  M.V.O.  1915. 

BARKER,  ALEXANDER. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  Solicitor.  R.G.A.,  Bombardier 
Sept.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Captain  and  Adjutant  Feb.  1918  to  July  1919. 
Croix  de  Guerre  (French). 

BARKER,  FRANK. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov. 
1914  to  Jan.  1915  ;  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1917. 
India,  Mesopotamia,  France,  and  Palestine. 

BARKER,  THOMAS  L. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1910-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Arts 
and  Science,  1912-14.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1912;  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Captain  June  1915.  Indian  Army,  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain 
May  1919.  Gallipoli  1915;  Egypt  and  Palestine  1916  and  1917;  India  1917-18; 
Palestine  and  Syria  1918  and  1919.  Dispatches  (Gaza)  June  1917. 

BARKLEY,  JAMES. 

Academical  Institution,  Coleraine.  Student  of  Medicine;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.); 
L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1899.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1900;  Major;  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1915. 
83rd  Field  Ambulance  and  26th  General  Hospital,  Etaples.  Wounded  near 
Ypres  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  1918.  D.S.O.  1919. 

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BARKLEY,  JAMES  MORGAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Captain  Dec.  1915.  Egyptian  Exp.  Force,  1915  to  July  1918. 

BARKLEY,  THOMAS  YUILLE. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1911-14;  Medical,  1914-15,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.), 
Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918;  Acting  Lieut- 
Col.  27th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  Dec.  1918  to  July  1919.  Dispatches  June 
and  Dec.  1918.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

BARLOW,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1875;  M.D.  1879;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.).  Examiner  in  Clinical  Surgery. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1908;  Lieut-Col.  Mobilised  Nov.  1915.  4th  Scottish  General 
Hospital. 

BARLOW,  PHILIP. 

Leys  School,  Cambridge.  O.T.C.  1907-11,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-14  and  1917-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Scottish  Horse 
Field  Ambulance,  Bugler,  Sept.  1914.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Probationer,  June 
1915  to  Dec.  1917. 

BARNARDO,  FREDERICK  ADOLPHUS  FLEMING. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1894;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D. ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) 
1912.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1902; 
Major  1912;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1917;  Colonel  May  1918.  Somaliland  1904. 
C.I.E.  June  1918;  C.B.E.  June  1919. 

BARNETSON,  ROBERT  BALFOUR. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1918.     R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut;  Captain. 

BARNETT,  GEORGE  SHUTTLEWORTH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-15  and  1917-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Nov.  1914. 

BARNETT,  LOUIS  EDWARD. 

Wellington  College,  N.Z.  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  CM.  (Hons.)  1888; 
L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1889;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1890.  Professor  of  Surgery,  University 
of  Otago.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut,  and  Captain  May  1915.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps, 
Major  Aug.  1915;  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1916;  Consulting  Surgeon  to  N.Z.  Forces. 
Dispatches  1916.  C.M.G.  1918. 

BARNFATHER,  RONALD  BELL. 

Sedbergh.  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-12.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  5th  Border  Regiment  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  1916;  Captain  June  1916. 

BARNIE,  WILLIAM  EDWARD. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade), 
Corporal.  France.  M.M.  1917. 

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BARR,  THOMAS  URE. 

Fettes.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  July  1917  to  Feb.  1918,  Cadet  Bombardier ; 
Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1918.  R.G.A.,  54ist  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

BARR,  WILLIAM. 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-14;  M.A.  1912; 
B.Sc.  1914.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal  1915  ;  Sergeant. 

BARRIE,  WILLIAM  TURNBULL. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1880.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Oct.  1894.  Attached  4th  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers.  T.D. 

BARRINGTON-WARD,  LANCELOT  EDWARD. 

Bromsgrove  and  Westminster.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.  and  Eng.). 
Anatomy  Staff,  1910.  Surgeon,  Serbia  Relief  Fund  Hospital,  Uskub,  1915. 
Surgeon,  King  George  Hospital,  1915-19.  Hon.  Lieut-Col.  Serbian  Army. 
Order  of  St  Sava  (4th  Class). 

BARRINGTON-WARD,  VICTOR  MICHAEL. 

Westminster.  Cadet  Corps.  B.Sc.  1907.  Queen's  Edinburgh  Mounted  Rifles. 
5th  Sherwood  Foresters;  nth  South  Lanes.  Regiment  (Pioneers),  Captain  Oct. 
1914;  R.E.  (Railway  Troops),  Major  June  1915;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  June  1918; 
Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1919.  D.S.O.  Oct.  1916.  Dispatches  Oct.  1916,  Jan.  and  Dec. 
1917  and  May  1918.  Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palms  1918. 

BARRON,  DAVID  CUTHBERT. 

Leven  School.  Student  of  Science  and  Medicine,  1910-13  ;  B.Sc.  and  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1913;  M.D.  1920.  McCosh  Travelling  Scholar,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1910-14, 
Cadet  Sergeant  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915;  Major 
April  1916;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1916.  No.  54  Field  Ambulance.  Dispatches 
Jan.  1917. 

BARRON,  RODERICK. 

M.A.  1900.  isth  Highland  Light  Infantry,  L/Corporal  Feb.  1916.  6th  North 
Staffordshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Acting  Captain  Oct.  1918.  M.C. 

BARRS,  ALFRED  GEORGE. 

Leicester  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1875;  M.D.  1882;  F.R.C.P.  (Lond.). 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  2nd  Northern  General  Hospital,  Leeds.  Lieut.-Col.  Aug.  1914. 

BARRY,  GERALD  HUGH. 

Mount  St  Mary's  College,  Chesterfield.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14  and 
1915-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1912  to  Oct.  1914,- Cadet. 
Scottish  Horse,  Private  Aug.  1914.  I3th  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914  ; 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  April  1917.  Gallipoli.  German  East 
Africa  July  1917.  Wounded  Aug.  1915. 

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BARTHOLOMEW,  GEORGE  GALEN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.);  L.R.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.),  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  to  Oct.  1916.  France 
1915-16;  the  Somme,  36th  Field  Ambulance.  M.C.  July  1916. 

BARTHOLOMEW,  JOHN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1903.7.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  1919; 
Running  "Blue."  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1911  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
3rd  Gordon  Highlanders  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915. 
War  Office,  Intelligence  and  General  Staff;  Tank  Corps;  Staff  Captain.  France 
Oct.  1914.  Ypres.  Wounded,  Somme  (Delville  Wood),  July  1916.  M.C.  June 
1915  ;  Dispatches  Jan.  and  June  1915  and  Jan.  1916. 

BARTMANN,  N.  H. 

Student.  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  Private;  9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
Lieut.  Dec.  1917. 

BARTON,  EDWYN  BRACE. 

Trent  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-11,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915  ;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1919. 

BARTY,  JOHN  B. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1912. 
R.F.A.  (City  of  Aberdeen)  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  France. 

BASHFORD,  ERNEST  FRANCIS. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July  1915. 
Mediterranean  Exp.  Force  Aug.  1915.  France  Jan.  1916.  26th  General  Hospital 
and  Bacteriologist,  Surgical  Observation  Hut.  The  Rhine  Aug.  1919.  Dispatches 
March  1919.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

BASHFORD,  R.  J.  LINDSAY. 

Bedford.  Student  of  Arts,  1898-9.  Senior  President,  S.R.C.  Army  Ordnance 
Corps,  Lieut. ;  Captain  Oct.  1917. 

BASSIN,  NOEL  MATTHEWS. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1913.  A.M.I.C.E.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1910 
to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.E.  (T.),  (City  of  Dundee  Fortress),  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914  ;  Lieut.  Aug.  1915  ;  Captain  March  1917.  R.E.,  Dundee  Field  Coy. 

BASSIN,  THEODORE  A. 

George  Heriot's  School ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1914.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  1908-11.  R.F.A.,  Lowland  Brigade, 
Gunner  Nov.  1915;  Sergeant  June  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Lieut.  Aug. 
1918.  2S6th  Brigade,  R.F.A.,  5ist  Highland  Division.  Wounded  March  1918. 

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BATCHELOR,  RALPH  CAMPBELL  LINDSAY. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.A.  1908 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1914.  Assistant  to 
Professor  of  Midwifery.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct. 
1915;  Captain  March  1917.  H.M.  Hospital  Ship  Britannic.  36th  Field  Ambu- 
lance, France;  7th  Norfolks;  4ist  Training  Reserve;  2/ist  Lothians  and  Border 
Horse ;  74th  and  59th  General  Hospitals. 

BATEMAN,  JAMES  K. 

Selkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  R.F.A.,  1st  Lowland  Brigade, 
Driver  June  1915. 

BATESON,  JOHN  FRANCIS. 

Harrow.  M.B.,  C.M.  iS8i  ;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1884.  R.A.M.C.,  1885-1900.  South 
African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  Surgeon  Lieut-Col.  May  1905;  Brevet  Col.  June 
1918.  Coldstream  Guards,  1900-19. 

BATRA,  GIRDHARI  LAL. 

Government  and  Forman  Christian  College,  Lahore.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908  ;  D.P.H. 
(Durham)  1910.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914  to  May  1916.  Special 
Plague  M.O. 

BATSON,  RICHARD  ERSTINE. 

Harrison  College,  Barbados.  First  XI.  O.T.C.  one  year.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1912-14  and  1918-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry  1914,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R., 
Auxiliary  Cruiser  Bayano,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Dec.  1914,  T.B.D.  Lawford ; 
Mine-sweeper  Dahlia. 

BAUER,  EMIL  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Cadet  Battn.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1916 
to  Aug.  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917 ;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1918;  Lieut.  Oct.  1919.  France  and  Belgium. 

BAXTER,  CHARLES  BOTTERILL. 

Rossall.  Cadet  Corps  1899-1902.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  and 
L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1913.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal 
Scots,  May  1903  to  Feb.  1907,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1907;  Captain 
Dec.  1911  ;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918;  Major  July  1919.  56th  and  i/ist  Casualty 
Clearing  Stations.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

BAXTER,  DAVID  LEISHMAN. 

Greenock  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Dec.  1914  to 
July  1915;  Surgeon  Jan.  1917.  Attached  Royal  Naval  Division,  Surgeon-Lieut. 
May  1917  to  June  1919.  France.  Wounded  Sept.  1918.  M.C.  Sept.  1918. 

BAYNE,  WALLACE  RUTHERFORD. 

Wellington  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  L.M.  (Dublin).  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Aug. 
1917;  Captain  Aug.  1918.  German  East  Africa  and  France. 


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BEALE,  JOHN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1917-18.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917-18,  Cadet.  Officer  Cadet 
May  1918.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1919. 

BEALE,  MAY  A.  B. 

Ministers'  Daughters'  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1912.  Schoolmistress. 
Q.M.A.A.C.,  attached  Recruiting  Staff,  Scotland.  Unit  Administrator  Dec.  1917. 

BEARD,  EDGAR. 

Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914  to  June 
1915,  Cadet.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal  July  1915.  France  July  1915. 

BEATON,  FRANK  DUNCAN  MURCHISON. 

Glasgow  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15,  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1915,  and  Medical  Unit,  June  1918,  Cadet.  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  July  1915.  R.E.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet. 

BEATON,  GEORGE  MACKIE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  I4th  and  I7th  Highland  Light  Infantry; 
97th  and  i2Oth  T.M.B.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1917;  Captain  May 
1918.  France  1916.  Wounded.  M.C. 

BEATSON,  D.  H. 

Student  of  Science.  9th  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  Three  times 
wounded. 

BEATSON,  SIR  GEORGE  THOMAS. 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man.  First  XI.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1870;  L.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  1874;  M.B.,  CM.  1874;  M.D.  1878.  Volunteer  and  Territorial  Force, 
1879-1912.  A.D.M.S.,  Lowland  Division,  1908-12.  Chairman,  Executive  Scottish 
Branch,  B.R.C.S.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Colonel.  D.L.,  County  of  City  of  Glasgow. 
K.C.B. ;  K.B.E.  Officer  of  Legion  of  Honour. 

BEATSON,  ROBERT. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Law,  1910-13.  Australian  Contingent,  L/Corporal. 
Gallipoli.  Wounded  and  Invalided  out. 

BEATSON-BELL,  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1886.  Q.E.R.  Indian  Army,  Feb.  1888,  Lieut.-Col. 
Feb.  1914.  France,  Indian  Exp.  Force,  Sept.  1914  to  Jan.  1916.  Dispatches 
June  1915. 

BEATTIE,  ALFRED  JORDAN. 

Rugby.  Cadet  Corps  1893-6,  Cadet  Sergeant.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  B.R.C.S.  Nov. 
1914.  R. A. M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Captain  Oct.  1919.  Mesopotamia. 


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BEATTIE,  JAMES  MARTIN. 

Training  College,  Dunedin,  and  Otago  University,  New  Zealand.  M.A.  (N.Z.) 
1889;  M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1901.  Professor,  Bacteriology,  Liverpool  University. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1911  ;  Major  June  1915.  1st  Western  General  Hospital,  Liverpool. 

BEATTIE,  JOHN  MENZIES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1913.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1908-14,  Cadet  Sergeant,  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914;  loth  and 
I3th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917. 
France  1915-18;  St  Eloi,  Ypres,  Arras,  Somme,  Passchendaele.  Wounded  April 
1915  and  April  1917.  M.C.  1917. 

BEATTY,  EARL  DAVID. 

H.M.S.  Britannia.  Lord  Rector,  Edinburgh  University,  1917.  LL.D.  1920. 
Royal  Navy,  Jan.  1884.  Nile  Expedition,  1896-8;  China  1899.  H.M.S.  Queen 
.Elisabeth,  Admiral;  Admiral  of  the  Fleet,  April  1919.  G.C.B. ;  O.M. ;  G.C.V.O. ; 
D.S.O.  Legion  of  Honour. 

BEATTY,  MARTIN  CECIL. 

S.A.  Institute,  Belfast.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  190x1;  D.P.H. ;  R.C.P.S.I.  1903.  R.A.M.C. 
1901,  Captain;  Major  March  1913.  Dispatches. 

BECKERLEG,  VIVIAN  COLENSO. 

Maritzburg  College,  Natal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15  and  1917-20.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet  6th  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry, 
2nd  Lieut.  France  May  to  Oct.  1916.  Wounded  at  Arras  Oct.  1916.  M.C. 

BEDFORD,  SIR  CHARLES  HENRY. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  M.B.,  CM.  1887;  B.Sc.  1889;  M.D.  and  D.Sc.  1892; 
Hon.  LL.D.  (St  Andrews)  1913.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut-Col,  (retired)  1889. 
S.M.O.  Cromarty  Defences,  1915.  Deputy  Chief  Commissioner  of  Medical 
Services.  Ministry  of  National  Service  and  Commissioner  for  London. 

BEDINGFIELD,  HARRY. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  Jan.  1913; 
Captain  March  1915.  Attached  Inniskilling  Fusiliers;  5th  Field  Ambulance; 
73rd  General  Hospital.  France.  D.S.O.  Dispatches. 

BEECH,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1916-17,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1917;  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1917; 
Sherwood  Foresters.  France  1918. 

BEESLY,  LEWIS. 

University  College  School,  London.  Student  of  Medicine,  1897-1901  ; 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.);  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1903;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1905.  Demon- 
strator in  Anatomy,  1913.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1909;  Captain  1913  ;  Major  1919. 
Surgical  Specialist,  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital. 

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BEGG,  ROBERT  CAMPBELL. 

Otago  High  School,  Dunedin.  M.A.  (N.Z.)  1906;  M.Sc.  (N.Z.)  1907; 
M.R.C.S.  (Eng.);  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1911;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1908,  Private.  B.R.C.S.  Oct.  1914;  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan. 
1915;  Captain.  Mesopotamia.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917.  M.C.Jan.  1918. 

BEGG,  ROGNVALD  BARTLET. 

University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  1917,  Cadet.  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps, 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1917;  Lieut.  April  1919.  France. 

BELFORD,  FREDERICK  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1909.  L.C.P.  Schoolmaster,  roth  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Dec.  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Aug.  1917. 

BELFORD,  JOHN  RHIND. 

M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private;  attached  I7th 
Royal  Scots.  France. 

BELFORD,  WALTER  CHEYNE. 

M.A.  1909.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1909  to  June  1912,  Cadet.  Australian  Imperial 
Force;  nth  Battn.  West  Australians,  Lieut. ;  Captain.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917. 

BELFRAGE,  ANDREW  TAIT. 

Edinburgh  Institution;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1905-11. 
University  Coy.,  9th  Vol.  Highlanders,  Royal  Scots,  Oct.  1904  to  Nov.  1907. 
R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  May  1916;  Acting  Captain  Feb.  1917  to 
March  1917.  France  Feb.  1916.  Invalided  out  Dec.  1918. 

BELL,  AGNES  MAY. 

George  Watson's  Ladies'  College.  M.A.  1912;  Teacher's  Diploma  (Camb.). 
Q.M.A.A.C.,  Sept.  1917;  Assistant  Administrator,  Oct.  1917;  Deputy 
Administrator,  Nov.  1917. 

BELL,  ALEXANDER  EDWARD. 

Ayr  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet  Corporal;  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
July  191710  Feb.  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March  1918.  R.F.A.,  I75th  Army 
Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918.  France. 

BELL,  ARCHIBALD.     (See  p.  747.) 

BELL,  DAVID. 

Langholm  Academy.  M.A.  1910.  R.E.  (Dispatch  Rider),  Corporal  July  1915. 
Italy,  France,  and  Germany. 

BELL,  DAVID  JOHN  ROSS. 

High  School,  Dundee;  First  XV.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  to  May  1916, 
Cadet;  3rd  Battn.  Tank  Corps,  May  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Lieut.  July  1919. 
Disabled  Aug.  1918.  Invalided  out  Oct.  1919. 


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BELL,  DELVINE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  First  XI.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  Jan.  1912,  Cadet 
L/Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1918;  Temp.  Major 
Aug.  1918  to  March  1919.  M.C.  Dispatches  Jan.  and  Oct.  1916. 

BELL,  DOUGLAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  1907. 
Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  King  George  V.,  Surgeon,  Aug.  1915  to  Dec.  1918;  Sanitary 
M.O.,  H.M.S.  Pembroke  (Chatham  Barracks).  Jutland  Battle  May  1916. 

BELL,  EDWIN  ARCHIBALD. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-14,  and  1918-19; 
B.Sc.  (Agric.)  1914;  M.A.  1918;  B.Sc. '  (Forestry)  1919.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
Oct.  1910  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet;  R.G.A.  (T.),  Lowland  Heavy  Battery,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1917;  Staff  Captain,  R.A., 
April  1918.  France. 

BELL,  FRANCIS  GORDON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1913;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1913;  Anatomy  Staff,  1911. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  March  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  M.C. 

BELL,  GEORGE  JAMES  HAMILTON. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Blairlodge ;  First  XV.  M.B.,  CM.  1882.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  April  1886;  Colonel  June  1915.  Burma  1887-9;  Lushai,  1889. 
Inspector-General  of  Civil  Hospitals,  Bihar  and  Orissa.  C.I.E.  1914. 

BELL,  HUGH  WINDSOR. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914,     Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain. 

BELL,  JAMES  GORDON. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914; 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.);  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1915; 
Captain  Dec.  1916.  M.C. 

BELL,  JAMES  HORST  BRUNNEMAN. 

Bell  Baxter  School,  Cupar.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-15  and  1918; 
M.A.  (Hons.  Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.)  1916;  B.Sc.  1918;  A.I.C.  1919.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Nov.  1913,  Cadet.  3ist  Middlesex  Regiment,  Private  Feb.  to  April  1917. 
Chemist,  Explosives  Factories,  1916-18- 

BELL,  JAMES  KER. 

Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  N.D.A.  (Hons.).  Royal  Army  Veterinary  Corps, 
Private  Nov.  1915.  Invalided  out  Feb.  1917.  Chief  Executive  Officer,  County 
Durham  Food  Production  Campaign. 

BELL,  JAMES  LOGIE. 

Marlborough.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1920.  ist  City  of  London 
Yeomanry  (T.),  (Motor  Cyclist  Section),  L/Corporal  Aug.  1914.  Royal  Air  Force, 
Lieut.  France.  Gallipoli  1915.  Wounded. 


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BELL,  JOHN  DOUGLAS. 

Kilmarnock  and  Ayr  Academies;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-15,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  July  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.F.A.  (S.R.), 
3Oth  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  (Regulars)  Aug.  1916;  Lieut. 
Feb.  1918.  France  Jan.  1916  to  April  1918.  M.C.  June  1918. 

BELL,  JOHN  GRENVILLE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  D.P.H.  (Liverpool).  R.A.M.C.,  1903;  Major  Oct.  1914;  Temp. 
Lieut-Col.  June  1915  ;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1919.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1916. 

BELL,  JOHN  HENRY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain.  I4th  Field  Ambulance,  5th  Division, 
France  1914.  Wounded  Feb.  1915. 

BELL,  JOHN  HENRY  MONTGOMERIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1907 ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1907. 
Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain,  1915;  Major  Dec.  1917.  France  Feb. 
1915  to  Aug.  1917.  Vimy  Ridge. 

BELL,  JOSEPH. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1895-7.  Chartered 
Accountant.  179:!!  Battn.  (Cameron  Highlanders)  Canadian  Exp.  Force,  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915;  Captain  and  Q.M.  May  1916;  reverted  Lieut.  Dec.  1917;  Acting  Captain 
July  1918;  Captain  Feb.  1919.  Staff,  General  Auditor,  Canadian  Service,  Dec.  1917. 

BELL,  LEWIS  HAY  IRVING. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1897-1900, 
Gunner.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1915.  France  May  1915  to 
June  1917;  Italy  1918. 

BELL,  ROBERT. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1914.  University 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1917  to  July  1918,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  1918. 
Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  1919. 

BELL,  ROBERT  DUNCAN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1899;  B.Sc.  1902.  Poona  Volunteer  Rifles. 
Private  1909;  transferred  to  Simla  Rifles,  I.D.F.,  April  1917.  Indian  Munitions 
Board,  March  1917.  C.I.E.  June  1919. 

BELL,  THOMAS  CARMICHAEL. 

Mercer's  School,  London.  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science;  B.Sc.  1912. 
A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  4th  Bedfordshire  Regiment,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915; 
Captain  Jan.  1915  ;  Staff  Captain  March  1918.  Egypt  and  Gallipoli  1915  ;  France 
1916-19  ;  Somme,  Arras,  Ypres,  Lens,  and  Mons.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

BELL,  VERNON.     (See  p.  747.) 


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BELL,  WHITEFORD  JAMES  EDWARD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.     R.A.M.C,  Major  July  1918;  Acting  Lieut-Col.     D.S.O. 

BELL,  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1916 
to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.,  iO2nd  Brigade;  Officer  Cadet  Feb. 
1917;  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917;  Lieut.  1918;  Acting  Adjutant  1919. 

BELL,  WILLIAM  FREDERICK. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity;  M.A.  1884- 
Minister,  U.F.  Church.  Perthshire  Vol.  Regiment,  Private  Sept.  1916. 

BELL,  WILLIAM  IVOR. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1905-8.  B.Sc.  1914.  President,  Engineer- 
ing Society.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1912-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.E.  (S.R.),  I9th 
Division,  Signal  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914 ;  Captain,  Acting  Major,  Jan. 
1918;  5th  Corps  and  35th  Division,  Jan.  1917  to  May  1919.  Festubert,  Somme, 
Passchendaele,  Ypres.  M.C.  Jan.  1917  ;  Croix  de  Guerre  (Belgium)  Jan.  1919. 
Dispatches  Jan.  1917  and  Jan.  1919. 

BENNEE,  ARCHIBALD  JOHN. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain 
May  1917.  France  1917-19.  Invalided  out  Oct.  1919. 

BENNET,  JOHN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1912-15;  Medical,  1915-16,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  Jan.  1917.  Military  Bacteriological  Laboratory,  Egypt. 

BENNET-CLARK,  THOMAS  WILFRED. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1907;  LL.B.  1910.  gth  (T.)  and  nth  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  1911;  Lieut.  1913;  Acting  Captain  April  1915;  Captain  June  1916. 
France  Feb.  1915  to  March  1919;  Ypres  1915,  Somme  1916,  Arras  1917,  and 
Soissons  1918.  The  Rhine  March  1919.  Gassed  July  1916. 

BENNETT,  AGNES  ELIZABETH  LLOYD. 

Cheltenham  College,  and  High  School,  Sydney,  N.S.W.  B.Sc.  (Australia); 
M.B.,  C.M.  1900;  M.D.  1911.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  N.Z.  Exp.  Force,  Egypt; 
Captain  May  1915.  Scottish  Women's  Hospital,  Macedonia,  1916-17.  R.A.M.C., 
Netley  Welsh  Hospital,  1918-19.  Order  of  St  Sava  (3rd  Class),  and  Royal  Red 
Cross  of  Serbia  1917- 

BENNETT,  HUGH. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1891.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Major;  Lieut-Col.  July  1913. 

BENNETT,  JOHN  WESLEY. 

Wesley  College,  Dublin.  First  XV.  and  XL  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-13; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Rugby  and  Cricket  "Blue."  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ; 
Captain  Nov.  1916.  France  1916;  Mesopotamia  1917;  India  1919. 

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BENNETT,  ROBERT  BROWN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-15,  and  1918-20; 
M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.)  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Lieut. 
July  1917.  France.  Wounded  at  Longueval  July  1916. 

BENNETT,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1898.  R.A.M.C.  1900;  Major  1912;  Lieut-Col.  1917.  South 
African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  Somaliland,  1903-4.  France.  Dispatches  1916, 
1917,  and  1918.  D.S.O.  1916;  Croix  de  Guerre  (French)  1918;  O.B.E.  1919. 

BENNETT,  W.  GORDON. 

Central  School,  Leeds.  B.Sc.  (Hons.)  (Leeds)  1913;  M.Sc. ;  A.I.C.  University 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  Assistant  in  Chemistry. 
R.F.A.  (S.R.),  6th  "B"  Res.  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  Feb. 
1917;  Acting  Captain  March  1918;  46th  Brigade,  R.F.A.,  14th  Division. 
France.  Dispatches  April  1918.  M.C.  Sept.  1918. 

BENNETT,  WILLIAM  HENRY  HENDER. 

Oaklands,  Mittagong,  N.S.W.  First  XV.  and  XI.  Sydney  University.  Football 
"Blue."  M.B.,  CM.  1890.  Cricket  "  Blue."  R.A.M.C  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914 ; 
Captain  April  1915.  Attached  2/4th  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry; 
I2th  South  Staffords ;  52nd  Labour  Group,  Headquarters.  Royal  Air  Force, 
Captain  April  1918.  France  Jan.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

BENNING,  W.  S. 

Student  of  Medicine,     i  ith  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut. 

BENSON,  HENRY  PORTER  D'ARCY. 

Melbourne  Grammar  School,  Australia.  M.B.,  C.M.  1892;  M.D.,  M.R.C.P.  and 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1896.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Captain  May  1916.  Curragh 
Military  Hospital,  Surgeon,  July  1915  to  Jan.  1917. 

BENSON,  JOSEPH  MITCHELL. 

Rossall.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  Northern  Province,  Nigeria,  Medical  Corps ;  attached 
R.E.  (T.),  M.O. ;  Surgeon-Captain  1909;  R.A.M.C  (T.),  Captain  1916.  France 
Jan.  1917  to  Aug.  1918. 

BENSON,  WALTER  TYRRELL. 

B.Sc.  (St  Andrews).  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Feb.  1916  to  April  1918,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S.  Norman, 
Surgeon-Probationer  May  to  Dec.  1916.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  July  1918. 

BENTLEY,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Nov.  1914;  Major 
Nov.  1916;  attached  3rd  Light  Horse,  Australian  Imperial  Force.  Dardanelles. 
Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  M.C. 


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BERRIE,  ALEXANDER  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  April  1917;  Captain  April  1918. 
Salonika  June  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  The  Black  Sea  Feb.  to  Oct.  1919. 

BERRY,  SIR  GEORGE  ANDREAS. 

Marlborough.  M.B.,  CM.  1876;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) ;  LL.D.  Member  of  University 
Court.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  and  Ophthalmic  Surgeon,  1908.  2nd  Scottish 
General  Hospital. 

BERRY,  JOHN  PARTON. 

"The  College,"  Harrogate.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon,  Nov.  1909. 
H.M.S.  Agincourt,  1915;  Surgeon -Lieut. -Commander,  1918-19.  Dispatches. 
H.M.S.  Alcantara,  Feb.  1916. 

BERRY,  JOSEPH  AUSTIN. 

St  Joseph's  College,  Dumfries.  O.T.C.  1914-17,  2nd  Lieut.  University  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug. 
1918. 

BERRY,  PREM  NATH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Indian  Medical  Service, 
Lieut.  Nov.  1914. 

BERRY,  RICHARD  JAMES  ARTHUR. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1891;  M.D.  1894;  M.D.  (Melbourne);  F.RC.S.  (Edin.).  Australian 
Army  Medical  Corps,  Major  1915.  Registrar,  No.  5  Australian  General  Hospital. 

BERRY-HART,  J.  H.  B. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1900-5,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1907-11.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  1908  to  Nov.  1912,  Cadet  Farrier 
Corporal.  4Oth  Pathans,  Indian  Army,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut  Jan.  1916; 
Acting  Captain  Jan.  1918;  Captain  to  July  1919;  2Oth  and  2/33rd  Punjabis. 
France  1915  ;  British  East  Africa  1916;  Mesopotamia  1917. 

BERTRAM,  DAVID  CRAIG. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1918, 
Cadet  Sergeant ;  Officer  Cadet.  4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

BERTRAM,  DAVID  MINTO. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1912-17,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  to  Dec.  1917,  Cadet  Corporal; 
Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1917.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1918.  France.  Somme 
Offensive  1918.  Wounded  Aug.  1918. 

BETHELL,  STANLEY  EWART. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916; 
Captain  Feb.  1917. 

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BETHUNE,  CHARLES  MURDOCH. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  Royal  Air 
Force,  Cadet  May  1918  ;  Flight  Cadet  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

BETT,  MALCOLM  JAMES. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1916  to 
April  1917,  Cadet.  6th,  2nd,  and  5th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1917;  Lieut.  Egypt  Jan.  1918.  France  June  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

BEVERIDGE,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's '  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914  and  1919.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1914,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917  to  Jan. 
1919.  India  July  1915  ;  Mesopotamia,  Kut  Relief  Force,  Dec.  1915  to  June  1916. 
Invalided  home  June  1916. 

BEVERIDGE,  GORDON. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  L.R.C.P.  &  S. 
(Edin.)  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Aug.  1914,  Lieut.  R.F.A.  (S.R.), 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1915;  Major  Sept.  1916. 
France  Oct.  1914  to  March  1918.  M.C.  Jan.  1917. 

BEVERIDGE,  HENRY  ERSKINE. 

Abbotsholme,  Derbyshire.  Student  of  Science,  1901-2.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  Salonika  Jan.  1916.  Invalided  out  May  1918. 

BEVERIDGE,  JAMES. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  M.A.  1887.  Schoolmaster.  6th  V.B.  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Jan.  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Lieut.  July  1918. 

BEVERIDGE,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-16.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1917-18,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1918. 

BEVERIDGE,  PETER  ADAMSON. 

Pathhead  School.  M.A.  (Hons.  Phil.)  1907.  Schoolmaster.  I37th  Canadian 
Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  March  1916;  Major 
Aug.  1916.  France  1917  to  April  1919. 

BEVERIDGE,  ROBERT. 

Student  of  Law,  1915-17.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Private;  Corporal  1916;  2nd  Lieut.; 
Captain  Nov.  1916.  France.  M.C.  Dispatches. 

BEVERIDGE,  ROBERT. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1915-17.  R.G.A.,  iSsth  Siege  Battery, 
Gunner  April  1917;  Bombardier  July  1917.  France.  Gassed  Jan.  1918. 
Wounded  June  1918. 


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BEVERIDGE,  THOMAS  LORIMER. 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1889-92.  Chaplain,  2nd  Class,  6th  Corps 
Headquarters,  May  1915;  Deputy  Assistant  Principal  Chaplain,  Jan.  1918; 
Assistant  Principal  Chaplain,  Royal  Air  Force,  June  1919.  France.  Mention 
March  1919. 

BEVERIDGE,  WILFRED  WILLIAM  OGILVY. 

Kensington  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1887;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1904.  Army  Medical 
Service,  Colonel  and  A.D.M.S.  ;  Brigadier-General  Nov.  1919.  Director  of 
Hygiene,  War  Office.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  D.S.O.  France  Aug. 
1914  to  May  1919.  Chevalier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur,  April  1918.  C.B. ;  C.B.E. 
Order  of  St  Stanislaus  (Russia).  Four  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

BHATIA,  A.  S. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.     Indian  Field  Ambulance. 

BIDEN,  WILLIAM  MERVYN. 

Epsom  College.  Cadet  Corps  1900-2.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut. 
March  1910;  Captain  Sept.  1913;  Acting  Major  Sept.  1919.  I7th  Field 
Ambulance,  6th  Division.  France  Sept.  1914  to  Aug.  1917;  Italy  June  1918  to 
March  1919.  Wounded  Feb.  1916.  Dispatches  1916.  M.C.  April  1917. 

BIDIE,  GEORGE. 

Oxford  Military  College.  Cadet  1881-4,  Under  Officer.  M.B.,  C.M.  1908 ; 
M.D.  1912;  M.R.C.P.  (London);  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Rowing  "Blue."  Indian 
Medical  Service,  1893;  Lieut-Col.  1913.  26th  K.G.O.  Light  Cavalry,  and 
2nd  Q.V.O.  Sappers  and  Miners.  O.C.  Indian  Troops  Hospital,  Bangalore. 

BIGGAM,  ALEXANDER  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  University  Coy.,  gth  Royal  Scots 
(Highlanders).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  March  1915;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  1919. 
France  Nov.  1914,  Lahore  Division;  India  1917;  Waziristan  1919.  Wounded  at 
La  Bassee,  March  1915. 

BIGGAM,  JAMES. 

Stranraer  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908-14,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915;  Acting  Major 
June  1917.  D.A.D.M.S.,  3rd  Cavalry  Division.  France  and  The  Rhine  Oct. 
1914  to  Sept.  1919.  Dispatches  June  1917  and  May  1918.  M.C.  Nov.  1918; 
Bar  to  M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

BIGGAM,  THOMAS. 

Stranraer  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1897.  R.A.M.C.  1900;  Major  Jan.  1912; 
Lieut-Col.  March  1918.  South  African  Campaign;  China  1900;  France  1914. 

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BIGNOLD,  CHARLES  ALFRED. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.A.  1905;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  B.Sc.  1911.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
April  1909  to  Jan.  1911,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Sept.  1914;  Major  June  1918. 
nth  Field  Ambulance,  France,  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1915.  India  June  1916.  M.O. 
Enteric  Depot,  Wellington,  Oct.  1917.  D.A.D.M.S.,  Poona  Division,  June  1918 
to  Feb.  1919. 

BIGNOLD,  HERBERT  ARTHUR. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15  and  1918-20.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
1914-15,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force;  Gordon  Highlanders. 

BIGNOLD,  MARY   FLORENCE. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  Scottish  Women's  Hospitals,  Serbia,  Assistant 
Physician,  April  to  Oct.  1915;  St  John's  Military  Hospital,  Malta;  Civil 
Surgeon  1916.  Attached  R.A.M.C.,  Medical  Officer,  Aug.  1916. 

BILTON,  LEWIS  LEONARD. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1898-1904.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1904.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1899,  L/Corporal.  A.S.C. 
(Lowland  Mounted  Brigade),  Captain  Sept.  1914;  Major  1915;  Lieut.-Col.  1916. 
1 7th  Royal  Scots;  8th  Worcestershire  Regiment  (T.)  C.M.G.  and  Croix  de 
Guerre  (Belgium)  1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

BINKS,  HORACE  BURCHAM. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  1910  to 
Oct.  1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March  1916;  attached 
6th  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regiment.  Gallipoli  June  to  Nov.  1915  ;  Meso- 
potamia June  1916  to  April  1919;  India  April  to  Oct.  1919. 

BINNIE,  JOHN  JAMES  ROUSE. 

Airdrie  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16  and  1918-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer, 
March  1916. 

BINNS,  JAMES  BRANGWYN. 

King  Edward  VI.  School,  Birmingham  and  City  of  London  School.  Student  of 
Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  1914.  i6th  Middlesex  Regiment,  Private  Sept.  1914. 
9th  Royal  Berkshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Invalided  out  June  1915. 

BIRCH,  DE  BURGH. 

Manilla  Hall,  Clifton,  Bristol,  and  Bristol  Medical  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1877; 
M.D.  1880.  Assistant  to  Professor  of  Medicine,  1877-1880.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B. 
Royal  Scots,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.-Col.  Feb.  1908;  Colonel  A.M.S. 
April  1908.  A.D.M.S.  Jan.  1915.  France  Jan.  1917.  V.D.  1908.  Dispatches 
Dec.  1916  and  Dec.  1917.  C.B.  (Civil)  1909. 

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BIRD,  JOHN  TURNBULL. 

Hutton  School,  Berwickshire.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity;  M.A.  1881. 
Chaplain  1891;  ist  Class,  July  1913;  Assistant  Principal  Chaplain,  Jan.  1917. 
Rouen  1916.  Dispatches  Oct.  1914  and  Jan.  1917.  C.M.G.  Jan.  1917. 

BIRD,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1909 
to  June  1913,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  1915. 

BIRNIE,  ARTHUR. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1912.  Lecturer  in  Economic  History,  Aberdeen 
University.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Aug.  1915;  L/Corporal  Sept.  1915;  Sergeant 
Nov.  1915.  Attached  iO2nd  Field  Ambulance. 

BIRRELL,  EDWIN  THOMAS  FAIRWEATHER. 

Trinity  College,  Glenalmond.  Cadet  Corps  1886-90,  L/Corporal.  M.B..C.M.  1895. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1896;  Lieut.-Col.  March  1915;  Colonel  Dec.  1917. 
D.A.D.M.S. ;  A.D.M.S.  and  D.D.M.S.  Balkan  War,  1912-13,  as  Commissioner 
B.R.C.S.  for  Bulgaria.  France  1914-19.  Dispatches  Oct.  1914,  June  1915,  Jan. 
and  Dec.  1916,  Nov.  1917,  Jan.  1918  and  Jan.  1919.  C.M.G.  1915  ;  C.B.  1917. 
Serbian  White  Eagle;  Greek  Order  of  Redeemer;  Greek  Military  Merit. 

BIRRELL,  JOHN  HAMILTON. 

Gillespie's  School,  Edinburgh.  M.A.  1902.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  April  1917; 
L/Bombardier  May  1918.  France  and  The  Rhine  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

BISHOP,  RICHARD  THOMAS  WALLIS. 

Student  of  Science,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet. 
R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917  ;  35oth  Army  Brigade,  France. 

BISSET,  WALTER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1905;  B.Sc,  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
1908,  Cadet  Staff  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Jan.  1911  ;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  June 
1919.  Lahore  British  General  Hospital ;  No.  8  British  and  No.  6  Combined 
Field  Ambulances.  France  1914-15;  Mesopotamia  1916-18;  Afghanistan  May 
to  Aug.  1919.  M.C.  Aug.  1918. 

BISSET-SMITH,  RAYMOND. 

Ashton-under-Lyne  School.  M.A.  1911  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1908-11  ;  Medical,  1912-14  and  1915-17,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  May  1917  ; 
Captain  May  1918.  East  African  Carrier  Corps. 

BLACK,  EDWARD  HAMILTON. 

Boston  Grammar  School,  Lines.  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906; 
D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  June  1916.  France 
Jan.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

BLACK,  FRANCIS  GEORGE  HAMILTON  ROLLO. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.     Royal  Navy,  Surgeon;  Staff  Surgeon  Nov.  1916. 

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BLACK,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1911.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

BLACK,  JOHN  DANIEL  McLEOD. 

M.A.  1900.  Schoolmaster.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain  July  1918.  France.  Wounded.  Lewis 
Gun  and  Musketry  Instructor,  Y.O.T.C.,  Ripon. 

BLACK,  JOHN  GRAHAM. 

Royal  High  School;  Athletics.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1914-15,  Cadet.  5th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Lieut. 

BLACK,  JOHN  MURRAY. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-17- 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917,  and  Medical,  April  1918-19,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918. 

BLACK,  NORMAN. 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Jan.  1915;  Captain  April  1915;  Major  Jan.  1917;  attached  nth  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders.  S.M.O.  Straits  Settlements,  Jan.  1917-19.  M.C.  June 
1915.  O.B.E.  (Military)  July  1919. 

BLACK,  ROBERT. 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1910-12.  R.F.A.  (T.),  1st  Lowland  Brigade, 
Gunner  Aug.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Temp.  Lieut.  Jan- 
1916;  Lieut.  (Subst.)  July  1916;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  1917  to  May  1918.  France 
with  R.E.  (Special  Brigade). 

BLACK,  ROBERT  BARCLAY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1897.  R.A.M.C.,  Major  (Subst.)  Aug.  1912  (retired).  D.A.D.M.S. 
D.S.O.  Dispatches. 

BLACK,  THOMAS  WILSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Clayesmore  School,  Winchester.  Student  of  Law, 
1911-14.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  April  1913.  R.G.A.,  i/ist 
Lowland  Heavy  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  France 
July  1916  to  May  1917. 

BLACKADDER,  WILLIAM. 

High  School,  Dundee.  B.Sc.  1897.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1894-7, 
Private.  R.G.A.,  and  Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917;  Lieut. 
Nov.  1919.  Dispatches  July  1919. 

BLACKLAY,  OLIVER  HENRY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  (Gold  Medal)  1913;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  3rd  Field  Ambulance,  East  Lanes. 
Division.  Cairo  Military  Hospital,  Dec.  1916.  Wounded  at  Dardanelles  July  1915. 

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BLACKLEDGE,  WILLIAM  THOMAS. 

L.R.C.P.  &  S.  1889;  M.B.,  CM.  1893.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1900;  Major;  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  March  1915.  President,  Medical  Board,  Mersey  Defences,  1917-19. 

BLACKLEY,  A.  ERNEST. 

Lanark  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1918-20.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
Dec.  1915  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Sub-Lieut.,  March  1917. 
Mine-sweepers,  Destroyers,  "  Q  "  Ships. 

BLACKLOCK,  BREADALBANE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1918;  attached  83rd  General 
Hospital,  Boulogne. 

BLACKWELL,  THOMAS  CHARLES. 

Rugby.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  M.D.  1907.     Royal  Navy,  Surgeon,  Aug.  1914. 

BLACKWOOD,  ROBERT  CECIL. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  B.Sc.  1910.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908-13,  Cadet 
Corporal.  3rd  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain  1916;  Acting 
Major  June  1919.  Wounded  Sept.  1915.  M.C.  1915.  Dispatches. 

BLACKWOOD,  WILLIAM. 

Lincoln  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V., 
1897-1901,  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  June  1908;  Captain  July  1912; 
Acting  Major  Oct.  1915;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  April  1917;  attached  25th  Field 
Ambulance  and  2/ist  Wessex  Field  Ambulance,  France.  Dispatches  May  1915, 
June  and  Dec.  1918.  D.S.O.  June  1918  and  Bar  to  D.S.O.  Sept.  1919. 

BLACKWOOD,  WILLIAM  THORBURN. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  M.A.  1904;  LL.B.  and  Writer  to  the  Signet, 
1917.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C,  Dec.  1915.  8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1916;  Lieut.  June  1918;  Acting  Captain  June  1918;  Acting  Major 
Jan.  1919.  France  Feb.  1917  to  April  1918.  M.C.  1918. 

BLADES,  DANIEL  PATTERSON. 

Berwickshire  High  School,  Duns.  M.A.  1913;  LL.B.  1914.  Advocate.  Senior 
President,  S.R.C.  and  Diagnostic  Society.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915-16,  Cadet 
Sergeant ;  Officer  Cadet  July  1916.  3rd  and  6th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1916.  France  Jan.  to  Nov.  1917.  Invalided  out  April  1918. 

BLAIR,  ALEXANDER  STEVENSON. 

Loretto,  and  Brasenose  College,  Oxford  ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1886  ; 
Student  of  Law,  1886-9.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1889.  pth  Royal  Scots,  1900; 
Lieut-Col,  and  O.C.  1912-16.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  France  Feb.  1915  to 
Dec.  1917.  C.M.G.  Dispatches  1916  and  1917.  T.D.  1918. 

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BLAIR,  ARCHIBALD. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1896-7.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1900;  Student  of  Law, 
1900-3.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1904.  8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Lieut.  June  1915.  Wounded  May  1915.  Invalided  out  Dec.  1916.  Recommissioned, 
Royal  Air  Force,  Lieut.  May  1917.  France. 

BLAIR,  DOUGLAS  PANTON. 

Sharp's  School,  Perth.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  June 
1916;  Captain  June  1917. 

BLAIR,  GEORGE. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1915  ;  Captain  March  1918. 

BLAIR,  GRAHAM. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1915-17,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Edinburgh  Uni- 
versity O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1917  to  March  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March 
1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1918  to  Sept.  1919. 

BLAIR,  HUGH  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Sedbergh.  Student  of  Law,  1908-9.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1912.  Q.E.  Mounted  Rifles.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland  Brigade, 
Lieut;  Captain  June  1916;  Acting  Major  Aug.  1917.  India. 

BLAIR,  JAMES  RICHARD. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1912.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1909-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  loth  Middlesex  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  March 
1915  ;  Lieut.  1917.  3Oth  Lancers  (Indian  Cavalry),  Captain  1918.  India. 

BLAIR,  JOHN  MONCRIEFF. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1912-14,  Cadet.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15 
and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914-15,  and  Medical,  1918-19,  Cadet.  R.E. 
(Special  Brigade),  Private  July  1915  ;  Corporal  Aug.  1915  to  Dec.  1918. 

BLAIR,  RALPH. 

Merchiston  Castle ;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1904-5.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1911.  R.E.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut  June  1916;  Captain.  France 
1915  ;  Salonika  and  Near  East  1915-20.  Dispatches  Oct.  1917. 

BLAIR,  ROBERT  BERTRAM. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1914.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1907-12,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct. 
1915  ;  Acting  Major  May  1918.  59th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  France. 

BLAIR,  THOMAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1910-12.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Nov.  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  loth  Royal  Scots  (Cyclists),  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  March  1916;  attached  5/6th  Royal 
Scots,  France.  Gassed  April  1918. 

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BLAIR,  WILLIAM  ROBERT. 

Alloa  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1911-15;  M.A.  1912;  LL.B.  1915. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914-15,  Cadet.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  (T.), 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  June  1918.  France 
1917-18.  Wounded  and  Gassed.  M.C.  Nov.  1917. 

BLANCHARD,  HENRY  HUBBARD. 

Student  of  Divinity,  1918-19.  85th  Battn.  Nova  Scotia  Highlanders,  Canadian 
Exp.  Force,  Private  March  1916.  France.  M.M.  April  1917. 

BLANCHARD,  ROBERT  JOHNSTONE. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1877.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  June  1915,  Lieut.-Col.  and 
O.C.  3rd  Casualty  Clearing  Station.  Dispatches. 

BLISS,  DOUGLAS  PERCY. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1915-17.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19, 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  April  1918,  Cadet.  4th  Highland  Light  Infantry, 
Private  April  1918;  L/Corporal  Aug.  1918. 

BLISS,  ROGER  PERCY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  May  1918-20,  Cadet.  9th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers  (S.R.), 
Private  April  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force. 

BLOCKLEY,  JOHN  PHILLIPS. 

Rossall.  Cadet  Corps  1902-5.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908 
to  Jan.  1913,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Captain  Jan.  1916. 

BLOOM,  ARTHUR. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1909  to  June  1912,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  March  1916.  Red  Cross  Hospital,  France.  M.C. 

BLUMER,  CHARLES  ERIC  MILNES. 

Marlborough.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916. 
Sherwood  Foresters,  Private  May  1917.  North  Staffordshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1918. 

BLUNDELL,  HIGHT. 

Royal  Grammar  School,  Giggleswick.  Athletics.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891  ;  M.D.  1898. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Captain  May  1916. 

BLYTH,  HENRY. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1916; 
Captain  Sept.  1917. 

BLYTH,  HERBERT  MACDONALD. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Law,  1915-16.  Chartered  Accountant,  1919. 
3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Private  Jan.  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917; 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Egypt  and  Palestine  June  1917;  France  July  1918.  Wounded 
Aug.  1918. 

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BLYTH,  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1910.  Motor  Machine-Gun  Corps  (Signal 
Section),  Private  March  1915.  Tank  Corps.  France.  Wounded  May  1917. 
Discharged  June  1918. 

BOAG,  JOHN  HAMILTON. 

M.R,  Ch.B.  1912;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908-12, 
Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  Aug.  1918.  India.  M.C.  Dispatches. 

BOAL,  JACKSON  GRAHAME. 

Campbell  College,  Belfast;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1908  to  Nov.  1912,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon- 
Lieut-Commander  Oct.  1912. 

BODINGTON,  PERCIVAL  JAMES. 

Haileybury.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  Royal  Horse  Guards,  Surgeon-Captain,  Nov. 
1900.  South  African  Campaign,  1900. 

BOINVILLE,  VIVIAN  CHASTEL  DE. 

Haileybury.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1906.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1908 ; 
attached  57th  General  Hospital,  France. 

BOMFORD,  DOUGLAS  R. 

Wycliffe  College,  Gloucester.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  2/8th  Worcester- 
shire Regiment  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Jan.  1917.  Wounded  Oct. 
1916  and  April  1917.  Invalided  out. 

BOMFORD,  LESLIE  RAYMOND. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
8th  Worcestershire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting 
Captain  Aug.  1918.  M.C.  May  1918  and  Bar  to  M.C.  Aug.  1918;  D.S.O.  Nov. 
1918.  Twice  mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

BONALLO,  JAMES. 

B.D.  1871.  Chaplain,  Highland  Mounted  Brigade,  Sept.  1914.  Lovat  Scouts. 
Scottish  Churches  Huts  in  France.  Dispatches  1918. 

BONAR,  JOHN  MITCHELL. 

Bradford  Grammar  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and 
1918-19.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Private  Sept.  1915;  L/Corporal  May  1916;  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1917.  Invalided  out  April  1918. 

BONAR,  THOMSON. 

Taunton  School.  O.T.C.  1913-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1919. 
i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914.  R.E.,  Corporal  June  1915  to  March  1919. 

BOND,  FREDERICK  FIELDING. 

Commercial  Academy,  Accrington.  M.B.,  CM.  1884;  M.D.  1886;  D.P.H. 
(Lond.)  1889.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Private.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Sept.  1914  to 
Jan.  1915.  West  African  Royal  Mail,  Surgeon,  1917-18. 

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BOND,  JOHN  HENRY  RICHARD. 

United  Services  College,  Westward  Ho.  First  XI. ;  Football.  M.B.,  CM.  1882. 
Winnipeg  University  O.T.C.,  Feb.  1915-16,  Captain.  Winnipeg  Infantry  Reserve 
Militia.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  June  1917. 

BOND,  REGINALD  ST  GEORGE  SMALLBRIDGE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1894;  F.R.CS.  (Edin.)  1897;  D.P.H.  (Lond.)  1916;  M.R.CP.  (Lond.) 
1919.  Royal  Navy,  May  1898,  Surgeon-Commander  May  1914.  H.M.S. 
Commonwealth,  April  1914  to  July  1916.  R.N.  Hospital,  Plymouth,  July  1916 
to  Dec.  1918;  Naval  Health  Officer,  Devonport,  Dec.  1918. 

BONE,  BERTRAM  MAYHEW. 

Royal  Grammar  School,  Lancaster  ;  First  XV.  M.B.,  C.M.  1897  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) 
1906.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1915.  H.M.  Hospital  Ship 
Dunluce  Castle.  Egypt,  ist  Border  Regiment.  Cape  Helles  and  Suvla  Bay. 
Invalided  out  Jan.  1916. 

BONE,  HUGH. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914, 
i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914.  France.  Wounded  July  1916.  Invalided 
out  Dec.  1916. 

BONE,  JAMES  HOUSTON. 

Royal  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet. 
Royal  Air  Force,  Flight  Cadet  Jan.  1918. 

BONNAR,  J.  CALDERWOOD. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1910-14.  Advocate,  1914. 
4th  Royal  Dublin  Fusiliers  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1916; 
Captain  June  1917. 

BONNELL,  EMRYCE  ANTHONY. 

St  David's  County  School,  Pembrokeshire.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  R.A.M.C, 
Welsh  Field  Ambulance,  Private  Nov.  1915.  34th  Ambulance  Train,  France. 

BOOG-WATSON,  WILLIAM  NAIRN. 

Merchiston  Castle  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16 
and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery  Aug.  to  Dec.  1914,  and  Medical,  Oct.  1915  to  Oct. 
1916,  Cadet.  Royal  Military  College,  Jan.  to  March  1915.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  July 
1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  France. 

BOOTH,  HERBERT. 

Ellesmere  College,  Shropshire.  Athletics.  Cadet  Corps  1900-4,  Cadet  Corporal. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14;  Pharmaceutical  Chemist.  R.A.M.C,  No.  9  General 
Hospital,  Private  Aug.  1914;  Sergeant  Nov.  1914;  Officer  Cadet  March  1916. 
loth  and  ist  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut. 
April  1917;  Acting  Captain  Aug.  1917.  France  1914-18.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917. 

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BOOTH,  JOHN  COOPER. 

Bedford  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps, 
Captain  April  1916. 

BOOTHBY,  ROBERT  JOHN  GRAHAM. 

Eton.  O.T.C.  1915-18,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  Scots  Guards, 
Officer  Cadet  May  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

BORROWMAN,  CHARLES  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1907-9.  M.A.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct. 
1909  to  July  1911,  Cadet  Corporal.  2/4th  Gurkha  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1912; 
Lieut.  April  1914;  Captain  Jan.  1916.  India  1914-16  and  1919;  Mesopotamia 
1916-17. 

BORTHWICK,  GEORGE  ARTHUR. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  D.T.M.  &  H.  1914;  D.P.H.  1920. 
Barrister-at-Law,  Gray's  Inn.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1916. 
1 2th  Field  Ambulance,  4th  Division.  France.  Invalided  out  July  1916. 

BORTHWICK,  JOHN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Anatomy  Department,  University.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist 
Lowland  Brigade,  Driver  1909;  Acting  Bombardier  Oct.  1914;  Bombardier 
Jan.  1915. 

BORTHWICK,  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1881  ;  M.D.  1891.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Major  Aug.  1915. 
No.  7  Australian  General  Hospital,  Bacteriologist. 

BORWICK,  GEORGE. 

Leith  Academy.  M.A.  1913.  Schoolmaster.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  March  1909; 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Temp.  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Temp.  Captain  Oct.  1915  ;  Lieut. 
July  1916.  France.  M.C.  April  1917. 

BOSE,  SATIS. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1897.  Indian  Medical  Service,  June  1901  ;  Major  Dec.  1912.  Mobilised 
Aug.  1915.  Mesopotamia.  Besieged  in  Kut  and  taken  Prisoner.  India. 

BOSTOCK,  JOHN  SOUTHEY. 

Lancing;  First  XL,  Cricket  and  Football.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Jan. 
1901;  Major  Oct.  1912;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  June  1915;  Brevet  Col.  Jan.  1918. 
Dispatches  June  1915  and  Feb.  1917. 

BOSTON,  RALPH  BURN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914-15, 
Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  April  1915.  H.M.S.  Mars. 

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BOSWELL,  DUDLEY  WILLIAM. 

Norwich  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1907;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1918. 
R.A.M.C.  (T),  Lieut.  1909,  Captain  1912;  Acting  Major  April  1915  ;  Brevet  Major 
June  1917 ;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Dec.  1917.  2nd  East  Anglian  Brigade,  Gallipoli ; 
3O2nd  and  I54th  Field  Ambulances  and  84th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  North 
Russia.  Syven  Force. 

BOW,  JOHN  SUTHERLAND. 

Stirling  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1917. 
Anatomy  Staff,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet 
L/Corporal;  and  Medical,  Dec.  1915  to  July  1917,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Captain  Aug.  1918.  Mesopotamia. 

BOWDEN,  TOM  ROSE. 

Shrewsbury.  O.T.C.  1911-15,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918. 
R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1917;  Acting  Captain  Sept.  1918. 
France  Dec.  1916  to  Jan.  1919.  22Oth  Siege  Battery. 

BOWEN-REES,  RICHARD  ERIC. 

Eltham  College,  Kent;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and 
1918-19.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.,  Private  July  1915.  i/5th  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Egypt  and  Palestine  June  1916  to  Feb. 
1919.  M.C.  Oct.  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

BOWERBANK,  FREDERICK  THOMPSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1917.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  April  1915;  Temp.  Major 
Jan.  1916;  Major  March  1918.  No.  i  N.Z.  General  Hospital.  Dispatches  March 
1916,  Aug.  1917,  March  and  Dec.  1918,  and  March  1919.  O.B.E.  May  1919. 

BOWERS,  GEORGE  PERCY  FARMAR. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1909-15,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal  Feb.  1916.  5th  Northumberland  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919.  France  April  1916  to  Dec.  1918. 

BOWES,  JOHN. 

Bolton  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1882;  M.D.  1887.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
April  1915  ;  Captain  April  1916;  Major  April  1917.  Registrar,  Military  Hospital, 
Kinmel  Park,  1916-18.  Dispatches  1916. 

BOWIE,  JOHN  DARLING. 

George  Watson's  College  ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut;  Captain  Jan.  1914;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1916;  Brevet  Major  June 
1919.  Indian  Hospital,  Brighton,  and  Field  Ambulance.  France  June  1915  to 
April  1919.  Three  times  mentioned  in  Dispatches.  D.S.O.  Sept.  1916. 

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Record  of  War  Service 

BOWIE,  JOHN  MACAULAY. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1901;  M.R.C.P.  1902,  and 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1903.  R.A.M.C.  (T.)  1906,  Captain  1910;  Major  1918.  France, 
M.O.,  9th  Royal  Scots,  1915.  Wounded  at  second  Battle  of  Ypres  1915.  Malta 
1917;  Salonika  1917-18.  Croix  de  Guerre.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

BOWMAN,  ROBERT  MCMILLAN. 

Bangor  School,  County  Down.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  1916  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut. 
April  1917  to  March  1919. 

BOWSER,  PHILIP  RANDOLPH. 

Loretto.  O.T.C.  1911-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct. 
1914  to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Military  Academy,  Woolwich,  Aug.  1915, 
R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  Aug.  1917. 

BOYACK,  RUSSELL. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1914-15.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse 
(T.),  Private  Dec.  1914.  R.G.A.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  May  1918.  France. 
Dispatches  March  1919. 

BOYD,  ALLAN  STUART. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893;  M.D.  1912.  South  African  Campaign, 
1900-2.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  1916  ;  Major  June  1917. 

BOYD,  EDWARD. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1888-9;  Chartered  Accountant, 
1891.  R.N.V.R.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915. 

BOYD,  FRANCIS  DARBY. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  Shooting  VIII.  M.B.,  C.M.  1888;  M.D. 
1893;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1892.  Professor  of  Clinical  Medicine.  Army  Medical 
Service,  Major;  Lieut-Col.  1917;  Colonel  1918.  2nd  Scottish  General  and 
Bangour  Hospitals.  58th  General  Hospital,  France,  1917.  Egyptian  Exp.  Force, 
G.H.Q.,  Palestine.  C.M.G.  1901  ;  C.B.  and  Dispatches  1919. 

BOYD,  JAMES  ROBERTS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  M.D.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Oct.  1915  to  Oct.  1916. 
N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  1916-18.  Palestine.  Invalided  to  New  Zealand  Aug.  1918. 
M.C.  July  1916. 

BOYD,  JOHN. 

M.A.  1876.  Sheriff-Substitute.  R.G.A.,  Forth  Brigade,  1877.  Rejoined  Nov. 
1914,  Captain  and  Musketry  Staff  Officer,  London  Scottish  ;  Queen's  Westminster 
Rifles  ;  5th  Brigade,  2nd  London  Division  ;  West  Riding  Division  and  North- 
umbrian Brigade. 

BOYD,  JOHN  CAMPBELL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  Sept.  1916. 
Dispatches  May  1917. 

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BOYD,  THOMAS  JAMIESON  LAYCOCK  STIRLING. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Science,  1905-9.  R.N.V.R., 
Paymaster  Sub-Lieut,  Dec.  1914.  Royal  Air  Force,  Wireless  Section,  Lieut. ; 
attached  H.Q.,  France1,  March  1918  to  April  1919. 

BOYD,  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  Oct.  1913  to  July  1915.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1916-17,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.F.A., 
Officer  Cadet  May  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  D/3O7th  Brigade.  France. 

BOYD,  WILLIAM  HENRY  STUART. 

Bo'ness  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1917-19.  5th  Royal  Scots, 
Private ;  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd  Lieut. 

BOYDEN,  PERCY  HAMILTON. 

George  Watson's  College  and  King  Edward  VI.  School,  Birmingham.  M.B.,  C.M. 
1890;  M.D.  1899.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Excellent,  Surgeon-Commander,  1907. 
Inter-allied  Sanitary  Commission,  1916-19.  Commander  of  Military  Order  of  Avis 
(Portuguese)  1917. 

BOYES,  WILLIAM  PURVES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1903.  Minister  of  U.F.  Church,  1907.  Chaplain, 
2nd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers;  Captain  May  1916.  France  1916-18. 

BOYLE,  HENRY  ALOYSIUS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1917.  Russia, 
Army  of  Black  Sea. 

BRADLEY,  FREDERICK  HOYSTED. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.     R.A.M.C.,  Captain.     D.S.O.     M.C. 

BRADLEY,  RICHARD  JAMES. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Major  July  1913. 

BRAID,  FREDERIC  LUNAN. 

Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  C.D.A.  (Aberdeen).  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Dec.  1915  to  Feb.  1916,  Cadet.  3rd  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  Aug.  1916. 
Attached  2nd  Royal  Scots ;  2nd  London  Regiment  (Royal  Fusiliers) ;  2nd  Royal 
Fusiliers.  Wounded  Sept.  1917  and  invalided  out. 

BRAMWELL,  ARCHIBALD  CAMPBELL. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1914-17,  Cadet.  Student  of  Science,  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Sept  1917  to  April  1918,  Cadet.  Cavalry,  Officer  Cadet  April  1918. 

BRAMWELL,  BYROM  STANLEY. 

Cheltenham.  B.A.  (Cantab.);  LL.B.  1902.  Advocate.  R.F.A.  (T.),  1st  Lowland 
Brigade,  Lieut.;  Captain  June  1916.  Royal  Artillery,  52nd  Division,  Staff 
Captain.  Gallipoli  and  France. 


Record  of  War  Service 

BRAMWELL,  EDWIN. 

Cheltenham.  M.B.,  CM.  1896;  M.D.  1919;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1903;  F.R.C.P. 
(Lond.)  1907.  Physician,  R.I.E. ;  Lecturer  on  Clinical  Medicine.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Captain  1898.  2nd  Scottish  General,  Edinburgh  War,  and  Royal  Victoria  Hospitals. 

BRAMWELL,  HERBERT. 

Cheltenham.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1884;  M.D.  1888;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1897.  Navy 
Admiralty  Surgeon,  North  Shields,  1886-1906.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  May 
1912.  Attached  Gloucester  Hussars,  Aug.  1914.  Devonport,  Taunton,  and 
Tidworth  Military  Hospitals,  March  1915  to  Nov.  1918.  Mention  Aug.  1917. 

BRAMWELL,  HUGH  RANSOM. 

University  and  High  Schools,  Nottingham.  M.B.,  CM.  1884;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 
1886.  Assistant  to  Professor  of  Clinical  Medicine.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  June  1915. 

BRANCH,  EDMUND  RALPH. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  D.T.M.  and  H. 
Edinburgh  Vol.  Medical  Service  Coy.  1893-8,  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept. 
1916;  Captain  Sept.  1917;  Acting  Major  March  1918.  Leith  and  Edinburgh 
War  Hospitals.  Prisoners  of  War  Hospital,  Stobs. 

BRAND,  GEORGE  BELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Lowland 
Division,  A.S.C.,  May  1911  ;  Captain  Nov.  1914.  Aurist  to  7oth  and  27th  General 
Hospitals,  and  45th  Indian  General  Hospital,  Cairo,  1918.  Dispatches,  Salonika, 
Dec.  1916. 

BRANDER,  GEORGE  LAING. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1900;  B.D.  Minister  of  U.F.  Church,  1906.  nth 
Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  Wounded  and  taken 
Prisoner  of  War. 

BRANDER,  WILLIAM  BROWNE. 

George  Watson's  College;  Athletics.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1903.  Indian 
Defence  Force,  Captain  Sept.  1914.  C.B.E.  (Civil). 

BRANFORD,  FREDERICK  VICTOR. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  and  1916-17;  M.A.  1916.  Royal  Air  Force,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1918.  Interned  in  Holland  after  being  shot  down  on 
Dutch-Belgium  Frontier,  1917. 

BRANFORD,  JOHN  FREDERICK  KYTCHEN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1890.  Clergyman,  Church  of  England. 
Chaplain  to  Army  Forces,  4th  Class,  1916. 

BRASH,  JAMES  COUPER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1906;  B.Sc.  1908;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  Senior 
President,  S.R.C.,  1909-10.  Leeds  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1911-13,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  April  1914;  Captain  April  1915;  Acting 
Major  Jan.  1918.  France  1914-19.  M.C.  April  1916. 

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BRASSEY,  LAWRENCE  PERCIVAL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Major  Dec.  1912;  attached  gist 
Punjabis.  Dispatches. 

BRAYNE,  WILLIAM  FREDERICK. 

Derby;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1890-4;  Lieut.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1897;  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1903.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Jan.  1904;  Captain  Jan.  1907; 
Major  July  1915.  East  Africa  1914-15  ;  Mesopotamia  1918;  Afghan  War  1919. 

BRAYSHAW,  HAROLD  CURRIE. 

St  John's  College,  Johannesburg.  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-18  ;  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1918.  ist  Battn.  Cape  Town  Highlanders,  Corporal  Aug.  1914  to  Dec.  1915. 

BREBNER,  ALICK. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1905.  Biliar  Light  Horse,  Lieut.  1915.  India. 
C.I.E.  1920. 

BREBNER,  CHARLES  STUART. 

Darlington  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1898;  M.D.  1904;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1903. 
R.A.M.C.  (T),  1908;  Temp.  Major  1914;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1916  to 
Dec.  1918.  O.C.  2/ist  London  Field  Ambulance,  1914.  Overseas  Feb.  1916  to 
Dec.  1918.  D.S.O.  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917  and  Jan.  1918. 

BREBNER,  GEORGE  GUSTAV  RADLOFF. 

M.A.  1903.  5th  Mounted  Brigade,  South  Africa;  Lieut.  1915.  German  South- 
West  Africa. 

BREEKS,  CHARLES  WILKINSON. 

Rugby  and  Oxford.  M.B.,  CM.  1898;  D.P.H.  (Cantab.)  1902.  South  African 
Medical  Corps,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  1916. 

BREMNER,  ALEXANDER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  D.T.M.  &  H.  1919.  O.T.C  Infantry,  Oct.  1909-12,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1915;  attached  2nd  Royal  Dublin 
Fusiliers;  I7th  Northumberland  Fusiliers;  3ist  Field  Ambulance  and  7th  Royal 
Munster  Fusiliers.  Salonika.  M.C.  June  1916.  Dispatches  July  1916. 

BREMNER,  DUGALD  CHARLES. 

Craigmount  House.  M.B.,  CM.  1892.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain 
June  1915  ;  Major  Feb.  1919;  attached  8th  Royal  Scots  (T). 

BREMNER,  FREDERICK  RUSSELL. 

Madras  Academy,  St  Andrews.  M.A.  (St  Andrews)  1888;  M.B.,  CM.  1903; 
M.D.  1919;  L.R.CP.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1903.  R.A.M.C  (T),  Lieut.  Oct.  1908;  Captain 
1909;  Major  Aug.  1914. 

BREMNER,  THOMAS  PENNINGTON. 

Eastbourne  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  ist  King's  Liverpool  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  Prisoner  of  War  in  Germany  Aug. 
1916  to  Nov.  1918. 

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BRESLIN,  JOHN  DUNLOP. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1907.  Schoolmaster.  College  Coy.,  6th  Royal 
Scots,  1904-9,  Sergeant,  i/th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917.  Wounded  April  1917  and  invalided  out  on  3rd  April  1918. 

BREWIS,  ROBERT  R. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1909-10.  Chartered  Accountant,  1913. 
Lancashire  Fusiliers,  Private  Oct.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  191$;  Lieut.  June  1916; 
Acting  Captain  April  1918.  M.C.  March  1918. 

BREWIS,  THOMAS. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1918  to  Jan.  1919,  Cadet.  R.E.,  City  of  Edinburgh  (T.),  Sapper. 

BRIDGES,  JAMES  WHITESIDE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Lieut-Col.  2nd  General 
Hospital,  France.  Canadian  Exp.  Force,  1914.  C.B.E. 

BRIGGS,  ARCHIBALD  SMITH. 

High  School,  Dundee.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  France  1917. 

BRIGGS,  HUGH  FRANCIS. 

Dollar  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  May  1909; 
Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander  May  1917. 

BRIMS,  DONALD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Dec.  1916;  L/Corporal  Nov.  1917. 
8th  Lincolnshire  Regiment  and  2ist  Labour  Group  H.Q.  France  1917-18. 

BRINDLE,  EDWARD  HERBERT. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1912-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918. 
I2th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Nov.  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

BRITTON,  THOMAS  CONN. 

Strabane  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1907-15  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  May  1915  ;  Acting  Major  March  1918. 

BROAD,  BENJAMIN  WILLIAM. 

Monmouth.  M.B.,  CM.  1894.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Dec.  1908;  Major.  3rd  West 
General  Hospital,  Cardiff. 

BROADWOOD,  CHARLES  STEWART. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Aug.  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  Hth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917  ;  attached  R.E.  (Signals). 

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BROADWOOD,  ROBERT  GRANT. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine, 
1913-15  and  1918-19;  B.Sc.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1914-15,  Cadet. 
R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  France.  Wounded.  M.C.  March 
1917. 

BROATCH,  GEORGE  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  CM.  1883.  Royal  Navy,  1886;  Fleet  Surgeon  Aug.  1902;  Surgeon- 
Captain  May  1916;  attached  R.N.  Barracks,  Portsmouth;  H.M.S.  Royal  Sovereign 
and  R.N.  Hospital,  Malta.  C.B.E.  Jan.  1919.  Officer  of  the  Legion  of  Honour 
(France)  March  1919. 

BRODIE,  PETER  MARTIN. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14  and  1917-19; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Aug.  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (T.) ; 
Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Private.  6th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915  to  July  1917. 

BROGDEN,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER. 

B.A.  (Camb.)  1889;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1904.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain. 
4th  Leicestershire  Regiment. 

BROMLEY,  WILLIAM  JOHN  DALE. 

Royal  Grammar  School,  Lancaster;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899. 
Queen  Mary's  Military  Hospital,  Whalley,  1916-17.  R.A.M.C,  Captain  July  1917; 
Acting  Major  April  to  May  1919. 

BROOK,  ALEXANDER  BARNETT. 

Invergordon  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  4th 
Seaforth  Highlanders,  1908;  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915; 
Captain  May  1916.  France.  Wounded  at  Neuve  Chapelle  March  1915.  Dis- 
patches Aug.  1919. 

BROOKE-PECHELL,  SIR  AUGUSTUS  ALEXANDER  (BART.). 

Hanley-on-Thames  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1881.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut-Col, 
(retired).  Burma  Campaign,  1885-7.  War  Office,  Dec.  1914  to  April  1919. 

BROOKHOUSE,  HERBERT. 

Repton.  Student  of  Science,  1901-2.  I3th  Manchester  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  and  R.T.O.  1917.  Mesopotamia. 

BROOKS,  CHARLES  MONTAGUE. 

Durham;  First  XV.  O.T.C  1914-16.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1918.  Tank  Corps,  2nd  Battn.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1919. 

BROOKSBANK,  BERTRAM. 

Keighly  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15;  M.A.  1914.  University 
Diploma  in  Education,  1915.  H.A.C.,  Private  Jan.  1916.  Wounded.  Invalided 
out  Jan.  1919. 

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BROOME,  HAROLD  HOLKER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P. (Lond.)  1901  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1913.  Professor 
of  Anatomy,  Lahore  Medical  College.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Major  July  1914. 
N.-W.  Frontier,  Mohmand  Front  1915;  Mesopotamia  1916;  German  East  Africa  1917. 

BROTHERSTON,  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1910.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1908-12, 
Cadet  Sergeant.  5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1913;  Lieut.  Aug. 
1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915.  Gallipoli  1915;  Sinai  1916;  Palestine  1917;  France 
1918.  Twice  Wounded.  Invalided  out  July  1919. 

BROUGH,  DANIEL. 

M.B.,  CM.  1896;  M.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1901;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1903. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Captain  Jan.  1916.  Sanitary  Officer  and  D.A.D.M.S. 

BROUGH,  THOMAS. 

Glasgow  Academy.  O.T.C.  1910-13.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Nov. 
1916,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1916.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Staff  Captain  April  1919.  France  May  1917; 
The  Rhine  April  1919.  Wounded  at  Nine  Wood  Nov.  1917. 

BROUN,  JAMES  CRAWFORD  CALDWELL. 

M.A.  1880;  LL.B.  Advocate,  1886.  Sheriff-Substitute  of  Ayr.  7th  Gordon 
Highlanders  (T.),  Shetland  Coy.,  Major  June  1905. 

BROWN,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug  1915,  Cadet. 
6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France. 

BROWN,  ALEXANDER  MORRIS. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1887;  LL.B.  (Distinction)  1893;  D.C.L. 
(Heidelberg)  1892.  First  XV.  i6th  and  1st  Saskatchewan  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1916;  Lieut.  Nov.  1916  to  Nov.  1918.  Overseas  May  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 

BROWN,  ALEXANDER  SMITH. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1909-12.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1914.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  July  1914;  L/Corporal ;  Corporal;  Sergeant; 
Regt.  Q.M.S.  France  Feb.  1915  to  Dec.  1918. 

BROWN,  ANDREW  CASSELS. 

Fettes;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1902.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915; 
Captain  July  1918.  Mudros  Oct.  1915;  Alexandria  Feb.  1916;  H.M.S.  Princess 
Elizabeth  Jan.  1918.  Wallasey  Military  Hospital,  1918-19. 

BROWN,  AUBREY  GARDNER. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Christ's  Hospital.  M.A.  1906;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911. 
University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1904-6;  O.T.C.  Medical,  1906-10,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Feb.  1913;  Captain  March  1915. 

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BROWN,  CECIL  CARRON. 

Alloa  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1916-17,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  March  1917. 

BROWN,  CHARLES  MARSHALL. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1911-14;  M.A.  1912; 
LL.B.  1914.  Advocate.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
Royal  Fusiliers  (Sportsman's  Battn.),  Private  Oct.  1914.  3rd  and  ist  Gordon 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  July  1917. 
France.  Wounded  at  Hooge  Sept.  1915,  and  at  Passchendaele  Sept.  1917. 

BROWN,  CHARLES  ROLLAND. 

Falkirk  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1913  to  Aug.  1914, 
Cadet.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut. 
Nov.  1916.  Attached  Machine-Gun  Corps.  M.C.  Aug.  1917. 

BROWN,  COLIN  EDNIE. 

Student  of  Science,  1913-14.     Scottish  Horse  (T.),  Private. 

BROWN,  CYRIL  WILLIAM  GILLINGHAM.     (See  p.  747.) 

BROWN,  DAVID. 

High  School,  Dalkeith.  M.A.  (Hons.)  1916.  3rd  Royal  Scots.  Attached  Durham 
Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918.  India,  Mesopotamia, 
and  Persia. 

BROWN,  DAVID  JACK. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  R.N.V.R.  Aug.  1914. 
Assistant-Paymaster  March  1917;  Pay  master- Lieut.  March  to  July  1919. 

BROWN,  DOUGLAS  L. 

Berwickshire  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1917-18,  and  Medical,  1918-19,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  July  1917. 

BROWN,  ERIC  BARLOW. 

Leys  School,  Cambridge;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-12,  Cadet  Colour-Sergeant. 
Cambridge  University  O.T.C.  1912-13.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1916-19; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  3rd  and  2nd 
Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914 ;  Lieut. ;  Captain 
Aug.  1915.  East  Africa  1914-16. 

BROWN,  FRANCIS  LEONARD. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1885  ;  M.D.  1890.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915 ; 
Captain  Sept.  1916-17. 

BROWN,  FRANCIS  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College;  Rugby  Football.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
May  1915;  Captain  May  1916;  Acting  Major  May  1918.  28th  General  Hospital 
and  27th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  Salonika  and  the  Black  Sea.  O.B.E.  and 
Dispatches  June  1919. 

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BROWN,  FRANK  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
March  1917;  L/Corporal  1918. 

BROWN,  FREDERICK  GEORGE  HARMAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1918-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Sept.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Probationer,  April  1916 
to  Sept.  1917.  H.M.S.  Oracle  and  H.M.S.  Ariel.  Battle  of  Jutland. 

BROWN,  GAVIN  STIELL. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain 
Aug.  1915;  Acting  Major  Nov.  1918.  I3th  General  Hospital,  Boulogne.  M.C. 
Nov.  1918. 

BROWN,  GEORGE. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15;  M.A.  1915.  Lecturer  in  Greek 
and  Philosophy,  Amherst  College,  Mass.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  July  1915, 
Cadet  Corporal.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Temp.  Lieut. 
March  1916;  Acting  Captain  March  1917-18;  Lieut.  July  1917.  R.E.,  Signal 
Service,  March  1918  to  Sept.  1919. 

BROWN,  GEORGE  EVERARD. 

Merchiston  Castle  and  Durham  School.  O.T.C.  1915-17.  University  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  191710  April  1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  April  1918;  Cadet 
May  1918;  Flight  Cadet  Nov.  1918. 

BROWN,  GEORGE  HERBERT  JAMES. 

Bishop  Cotton's  School  and  College,  India.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1895-9,  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1903;  Captain 
July  1906;  Major  Sept.  1914;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  July  1915  to  Nov.  1917. 
Attached  7th  Division ;  23rd  Field  Ambulance,  and  26th  General  Hospital. 
France  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1919.  Bacteriologist.  D.S.O.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

BROWN,  GIFFORD  HOSEASON. 

Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet. 
3rd  Border  Regiment  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914. 

BROWN,  HARRY  GAMBLE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14;  M.A.  1919.  6th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Sept.  1914.  Machine-Gun  Corps  (Motor),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915  ;  Acting  Captain  Dec.  1916.  France  Jan.  1916-18;  India  Feb.  1918. 

BROWN,  HENRY  GREY. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1896;  M.D.  1901.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug. 
1916;  Captain  Aug.  1917.  43rd  General  Hospital,  Salonika. 

BROWN,  HENRY  HILTON. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911  ;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1914.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  1905-11,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Captain 
Oct.  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  France  1914.  Italian  Medal  for  Asiago  Plateau. 

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BROWN,  HENRY  REYNOLDS. 

M.A.  1890;  M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1901.  British  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Dinard, 
1914-15.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March  1916-17.  Essex 
R.A.S.C.,  M.T.  (V.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1917. 

BROWN,  JAMES. 

Galashiels  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  and  1918-19;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Classics)  1916.  Non-Combatant  Corps,  Private  July  1916  to  Jan  1919. 

BROWN,  JAMES. 

Dalkeith  High  School.     Student  of  Arts,  1904-7.     O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  May 

1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  May  1916.     4th,  6th,  and  9th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1918.     France.     Twice  Wounded. 

BROWN,  JAMES. 

Lasswade  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1914-18;  M.A.  1918.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  1917  to  June  1918,  Cadet.  I5th  Scottish  Rifles,  Private  June  1918. 
Attached  2ist,  ist,  and  3rd  Highland  Light  Infantry. 

BROWN,  JAMES. 

Student.     7th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Captain. 

BROWN,  JAMES. 

Fraserburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  ist  Gordon 
Highlanders,  Private  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant  Feb.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915; 
Lieut.  1916.  Trench  Mortar  Battery.  France  1914.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  1916. 

BROWN,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Ayr  Academy.     O.T.C.  1910-15.     University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1916  to  April 

1917,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917.     R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917. 
83rd    Brigade,  France.      Wounded    and    Prisoner  of  War,  March  to   Dec.    1918. 
Invalided  out. 

BROWN,  JAMES  COWIE. 

Alloa  Academy ;  First  XI.  M.A.  (Glasg.).  Student  of  Law,  1911-15  ;  LL.B.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  Dec.  1914  to  June  1915,  Cadet.  R.E.  (T.),  City  of  Edinburgh 
Fortress,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Attached  Sound  Ranging 
Section,  France. 

BROWN,  JAMES  CRICHTON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1915. 
Canadian  Artillery,  Montreal  Heavy  Brigade,  Private  Aug.  1914.  Transferred 
I25th  Coy.,  Canadian  Forestry  Corps,  Sergeant  Aug.  1919.  Overseas  for  two 
years. 

BROWN,  JAMES  EDWARD  MYLES. 

M.B.,Ch.B.  1903.  R.A.M.C.,  South  African  Campaign,  1900,  Private;  Lieut.  1914; 
Captain.  No.  i  Ambulance,  ist  Division,  France.  India. 

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BROWN,  JAMES  GODFREY  LYON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14  and  1917-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1919.  President,  S.R.C.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1910  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet 
Bombardier.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  Attached  R.H.A., 
ist  Indian  Cavalry  Division.  R.F.C.  and  Royal  Air  Force;  Flight  Lieut.  June 
1916;  Flight  Commander  Dec.  1916.  France  1915.  Wounded  at  Neuve  Chapelle. 

BROWN,  JOHN  FALCONER. 

Auckland  Grammar  School,  New  Zealand.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1915.  N.Z. 
Medical  Corps,  Captain  May  1915  ;  Major  Sept.  1917.  N.Z.  Division. 

BROWN,  KENNETH  ROBERT. 

Leys  School,  Cambridge.  O.T.C.  1911-13.  Student  of  Medicine,  1919-20.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  June  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916;  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1917;  Lieut;  Brigade  Signal  Officer.  France  1917-19.  M.C.  June  1919. 

BROWN,  NORMAN  MACDOWELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1915-16,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Special  Brigade  (Pioneer),  May  1916.  France  1916-19. 
Vimy  Ridge,  Lens,  and  Dixmude.  Wounded  June  1916. 

BROWN,  PETER  GORDON. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1903.  F.I.A.  R.N.R.,  Assistant-Paymaster,  July 
1915;  Paymaster-Lieut.  July  1917.  Secretary  to  Flag  Captain,  Rosyth,  April 
1916-19. 

BROWN,  ROBERT  ANDREW. 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  M.A.  1903.  Schoolmaster,  i/ioth  Royal  Scots 
(T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Lieut.  1915  ;  Captain  June  1916. 

BROWN,  STAIR  DICKSON. 

Lasswade  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1915-17  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1919. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1916  to  June  1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  June  1917. 
5th  and  8th  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917  to  Dec.  1918.  France. 

BROWN,  THOMAS  ANDREW  PETRIE. 

M.A.  1906.  Schoolmaster.  "H"  (College)  Coy.,  6th  V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1902-10, 
Sergeant.  R.E.,  i8oth  Coy.,  Corporal  July  1915.  France  Aug.  1915  to  Oct.  1916, 
and  Oct.  1917  to  July  1918.  Wounded  Oct.  1916. 

BROWN,  THOMAS  ARNOLD. 

George  Watson's  College  ;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  191 1-15  ;  M.A.  and 
B.Sc.  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Officer 
Cadet  March  1916;  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut  March  1918.  Gibraltar  1917-19. 

BROWN,  THOMAS  BARLOW. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  i5th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  France.  Twice  Wounded. 

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BROWN,  THOMAS  GRAHAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.Sc.  1903;  D.Sc.  1914;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D.  1912. 
Lecturer  in  Experimental  Physiology,  University  of  Manchester.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
March  1915;  Captain  March  1916.  Salonika  1916-19. 

BROWN,  WALTER  HEWITSON. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-11.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
Oct.  1910  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  attached  Scottish  Horse 
Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Q.M.S.  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant-Major  March  1915. 
3rd  Highland  Field  Ambulance.  A.S.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  March 
1919.  23rd  and  64th  Highland  Division  Train,  and  2ist  M.T.  Reception  Park. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  Vol.  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1895-1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1912; 
Lieut-Col.  May  1917.  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Egyptian 
Exp.  Force,  Palestine.  Dispatches  1919.  O.B.E.  1919. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  ARMOUR. 

B.Sc.  (Glasg.)  1895  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  March  1917. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  THOMSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1910  to  Jan. 
1914,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Dec.  1916.  Scottish  Horse 
Brigade  Field  Ambulance.  M.C. 

BROWN,  WILLIAM  WELSH. 

High  School,  Falkirk.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14  and  1916-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1917.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Lieut;  Captain.  R.A.M.C.  India. 

BROWNE,  BERNARD  SCORE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.     M.C. 

BROWNE,  LESLIE  AITCHISON. 

Merchiston  Castle.  B.Sc.  1913.  No.  4  University  Coy.,  McGill  University, 
Montreal.  Princess  Patricia's  Canadian  Light  Infantry,  Private  Sept.  1915. 
France.  Wounded  at  Ypres  June  1916.  Explosives  Chemist,  Jan.  1917  to  June  1918. 

BROWNLEE,  ARTHUR  OXLAND  INNES. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14  and  1917-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1910  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.F.A.  (Meerut  Division),  2nd  Lieut 
Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1915.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  April  1918. 
France  1914.  Wounded  1915. 

BROWNLEE,  CHARLES. 

Umtata  School,  South  Africa.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1918-19. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  Aug.  1914.  King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force  (Observer), 
Dec.  1917.  France  Sept  1915,  Aug.  1917,  March  to  June  1918;  Salonika  Dec. 
1915  to  Nov.  1916. 

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BROWNLEE,  CHARLES  ABERCROMBIE  ERIC  INNES. 

Dale  College,  South  Africa.  Cadet  Corps  1901-6;  Lieut.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1908-14  and  1915-16 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1909  to  Aug.  1914, 
Cadet  Corporal.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  Dec.  1916  to  March  1919.  France  Feb.  to  Sept.  1915  ; 
India  Oct.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

BROWNLEE,  JAMES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1916. 

BROWNLEE,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  Royal 
Navy,  H.M.  T.B.D.  Narw/tal,  Ord.  Seaman,  April  1916. 

BROWNLEE,  J.  I. 

M.B.,  C.M.     Cape  Medical  Corps,  Major. 

BROWNLIE,  CLAUDE  B. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  loth  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1915;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  1916.  France 
1915-16;  Festubert  and  Loos.  Wounded. 

BROWNLIE,  JAMES  RUTHERFORD. 

Stranraer  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9;  Law  Agent,  1910.  7th  Royal 
Scots  Fusiliers,  Private  Oct.  1914.  9th  Border  Regiment  (Pioneers),  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  and  Adjutant  April  1918.  M.C.  May  1917. 
Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palms,  May  1919. 

BRUCE,  ALEXANDER  ERIC. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Nov.  1916,  Cadet 
Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1916.  R.G.A.,  322nd  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1917  ;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Wounded  Sept.  1918. 

BRUCE,  ALEXANDER  NINIAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  and  D.Sc.  1909;  M.D.  1911. 
Lecturer,  Physiology  of  the  Nervous  System.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  April  1916; 
Lieut-Col.  July  1918.  Crookston  and  Dunblane  War  Hospitals. 

BRUCE,  BENJAMIN  BAIN. 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  M.A.  1903.  Schoolmaster.  R.G.A.,  iO2nd  and  64th 
Coys.,  Gunner  Dec.  1915;  L/Bombardier  March  1918. 

BRUCE,  CHARLES  DAVID. 

Dollar  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917-18,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

183 


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BRUCE,  SIR  DAVID. 

Stirling  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1881  ;  F.R.S.  1899;  D.Sc.  (Hon.  Dublin); 
LL.D.  (Glasgow  and  Liverpool) ;  F.R.C.P.  (Lond.) ;  Corn  Institut  de  France. 
R.A.M.C.  1883.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  Lieut.-Col. ;  Major-General ; 
Surgeon-General  1912.  Chairman,  W.O.,  Pathological,  Tetanus  and  Trench  Fever 
Committees.  C.B.  1905;  Knighted  1908;  K.C.B.  1918.  Retired  May  1919. 

BRUCE,  DAVID. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1918.  nth  King's  Liverpool  Regiment,  Private 
May  1916.  Wounded  and  invalided  out. 

BRUCE,  DOUGLAS  W. 

Banff  Academy.  M.A.  (Aberdeen).  Student  of  Divinity,  1907-10;  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  Football  "  Blue."  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916. 
Wounded  March  1918. 

BRUCE,  GEORGE  ROBERT. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  M.A.  (St  Andrews)  1906;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D. 
1914;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1913.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April 
1915 ;  Major  Nov.  1917.  Sanitary  Officer,  Malta,  Nov.  1917.  Dispatches 
March  1918.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

BRUCE,  JAMES. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14.  4th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1918.  Egyptian  Exp.  Force. 

BRUCE,  JAMES. 

Student  of  Law,  1898-1903.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1904.  A.S.C.  (T.),  Captain 
April  1909.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Major  June  1916.  i/ist  Lowland  Mounted 
Brigade,  T.  and  S.  Column.  Dardanelles  Sept.  1915;  Egypt  Jan.  1916;  Italy 
Dec.  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches  (Italy)  6th  and  i8th  Jan.  1919. 

BRUCE,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1881-4.  Solicitor  before  the  Supreme 
Courts  and  Notary  Public,  1900.  Q.E.R.,  1882-4,  Private.  4th  Royal  Scots, 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1916  to  Aug.  1917.  Royal  Defence  Corps. 

BRUCE,  JAMES  WHITSON  KEMP. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.     Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Aug.  1914.     H.M.S.  Edgar. 

BRUCE,  JOHN. 

Kelso  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1890.  Q.E.R.  1883-8,  Private.  R.A.M.C  (T.), 
Captain  Jan.  1915;  Major  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1917.  Attached  2/1  st  East 
Lancashire  Field  Ambulance,  July  1915  to  June  1919.  29th  Casualty  Clearing 
Station,  Bonn.  France ;  third  Ypres,  Nieuport,  Passchendaele,  Somme,  and 
Courtrai.  Dispatches  March  1918  and  Aug.  1919.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 
T.D.  Aug.  1919. 

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BRUCE,  LEWIS  CAMPBELL 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1889;  M.D.  1894;  M.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1896; 
F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915; 
Acting  Major  Jan.  1917;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1918.  Attached  Scottish  Horse. 
O.C.  Murthly  War  Hospital,  Jan.  1917  to  March  1919.  M.C.  and  Dispatches, 
Gallipoli,  Nov.  1915. 

BRUCE,  MATTHEW. 

M.B.,  CM.  1885.  R.A.M.C.  (V.),  Major  Jan.  1918.  3rd  Northumberland  Field 
Ambulance. 

BRUCE,  ROBERT. 

Student  of  Science,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  L/Corporal. 

BRUCE,  ROBERT. 

Perth  Academy.     Student  of  Science,  1918-19.     R.G.A.,  Gunner. 

BRUCE,  ROBERT  TENNANT. 

M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1903.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.;  Captain  May  1915. 
Attached  2nd  Highland  Field  Ambulance. 

BRUCE,  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  Bugler.  N.Z. 
Medical  Corps,  Captain  April  1915;  Major  July  1918;  Lieut-Col.  April  1920. 
Egypt,  France.  Dispatches.  O.B.E.  1919. 

BRUCE,  WILLIAM. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1909.  Schoolmaster. 
9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  May  1916;  L/Corporal  Aug.  1917. 

BRUCE,  WILLIAM  PHIN  DODDS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  52nd  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Private  June  1918. 

BRUCE-LOW,  EDWARD. 

Merchiston  Castle  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  June  1915.  Machine-Gun  Corps.  France  1916. 

BRUMMITT,  ELLIOTT  ARTHUR. 

Prince  Alfred  College,  Adelaide.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  Australian  Army  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  May  1915;  Major  Aug.  1917.  nth  Australian  Field  Ambulance. 
Mediterranean  Exp.  Force  1915.  Egypt  1916;  France  Aug.  1917  to  Dec.  1919. 
Dispatches  April  1918. 

BRUNT,  EDGAR  HAROLD. 

St  Paul's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  March  1916.  Attached 
5th  North  Staffordshire  Regiment ;  43rd  and  37th  Casualty  Clearing  Stations. 

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BRUNTON,  GEORGE  LLEWELLYN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  M.D.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915.  France  May  1915  to  Nov.  1918. 

BRUNTON,  GEORGE  McQUEEN. 

Dunfermline  High  School  and  Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  April  1917;  Captain  April  1918.  Egypt. 

BRUNTON,  ROBERT  STANLEY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-7  and  1913-15.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  1915-16,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon  Sub-Lieut.  April  1918. 

BRUNTON,  WILLIAM  DAVID. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1914-15;  Medical,  1915-17,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  July 

1917.  Attached  3rd  Royal  Marine  Battn.,  Mediterranean. 

BRYCE,  GEORGE. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1903-6  and  1910;  B.Sc. 
1906.  Ceylon  Planters'  Rifle  Corps;  Ceylon  Riots,  May  and  June  1915.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Sanitary  Service,  Lieut.  March  1917;  Captain  April  1918. 

BRYCE,  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1910-11,  Cadet  Colour- 
Sergeant.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  Royal  Army  Veterinary 
Corps,  Private  Jan.  1915;  Corporal  Feb.  1915;  Sergeant  Oct.  1915;  Regt. 
Sergeant-Major,  Feb.  1917.  Attached  G.H.Q.,  Egyptian  Exp.  Force.  Dispatches 
Sept.  1916.  Meritorious  Service  Medal  Jan.  1919. 

BRYCE,  WILLIAM  HENDERSON. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1894.  Q.R.V.B. 
Royal  Scots,  nine  years.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  Oct.  1916. 

BRYDON,  ROBERT  SOMERVILLE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1909-10.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15  ;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Hist.)  1914.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  Feb.  1916. 

BRYDONE,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-18.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb. 
to  April  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.C.,  2nd  Mechanic,  May  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917; 
Lieut.  April  1918.  France;  first  Cambrai,  Passchendaele.  Wounded  and  Prisoner 
of  War,  Dec.  1917-18. 

BRYDONE,  THOMAS. 

Mo ffat  Academy.  M.A.  1906;  B.Sc.  1910.  Neil  Arnott  Scholar,  1908.  Demonstrator 
(Nat.  Phil,  and  Maths.),  1908-10.  4th,  6th,  and  I3th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  1903  ; 
2nd  Lieut.  1912;  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Temp.  Captain  May  1916;  Captain  April  1917. 
France.  Wounded  at  Monchy-le-Preux,  Arras,  April  1917.  Invalided  out  Nov. 

1918.  Dispatches  April  1917. 

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BRYSON,  LEONARD  HORNER. 

Blairlodge.  M.B.,  CM.  1889;  M.D. ;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  and  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1893. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Captain  June  1916  to  Nov.  1918. 

BUCHAN,  DAVID  CAMPBELL. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1916-17  and  1918-19; 
M.A.  1920.  T.N.T.  Factory,  Craigleith,  Chemist.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet 
July  1917  ;  2nd  Lieut. 

BUCHAN,  HENRY  FRANCIS  W. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1912,  Cadet. 
R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut ;  Captain  June  1916. 

BUCHAN,  WILLIAM  TAYLOR. 

Alloa  Academy.  M.A.  (St  Andrews)  1910 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
May  1915  ;  Captain  May  1916.  Alexandria,  Egypt.  Dispatches  1919. 

BUCHANAN,  DOUGLAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1911-15.  Student  of  Science,  1916.  Royal 
Army  Veterinary  Corps  (Dresser  Squad),  Private  Oct.  1916. 

BUCHANAN,  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1915,  Cadet. 
R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S.  Morning  Star,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Nov.  1915. 

BUCHANAN,  HENRY  MEREDITH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain;  Major  Sept.  1916.  Attached 
Otago  Mounted  Rifles. 

BUCHANAN,  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  2nd 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1916;  L/Corporal  April  1917.  469th  H.S.E.  Coy. 
Labour  Corps. 

BUCHANAN,  JOHN  CECIL  RANKIN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Cadet  Battn.  1912-15,  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  July  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
8th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917. 
France,  Mesopotamia,  and  Palestine.  Wounded  in  France  Aug.  1916.  Dispatches 
Jan.  1917. 

BUCHANAN,  JOHN  VASSIE. 

Langholm  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  1909-12,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March  1916.  2ist  and  27th  General 
Hospitals,  1916-17,  and  Aden  Field  Force,  1918-19. 

BUCHANAN,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1917 ; 
Acting  Major  June  1918.  igth  Stationary  Hospital,  East  Africa. 

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BUCHANAN,  ROBERT  DICK. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1889;  M.D.  1901.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916.  6th  General  Hospital,  Rouen. 

BUCHANAN,  ROBERT  WILSON. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1896;  B.Sc.  1899;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Captain  Dec.  1915.  Mediterranean  and  British  Exp.  Forces. 

BUCHANAN,  WALTER  JAMES. 

Rangoon  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1896;  M.D.  1909.  Moulmein  Vol.  Rifles, 
Sept.  1917. 

BUCHER,  DAVID  ERIC 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  3rd  Gordon 
Highlanders  (S.R.),  Private  March  1916;  L/Corporal  May  1916;  Corporal  Dec. 
1916;  and  Lieut.  April  1917;  Lieut.  Nov.  1918. 

BUCKLEY,  HUGH  CLIVE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain  ;  Major  Aug.  1916. 

BUCKNER,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1902 ;  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1902.  R.A.M.C  (T.), 
Captain  Oct.  1911  ;  attached  1st  Welsh  Field  Ambulance. 

BUDGE,  DAVID. 

Dunbar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S.  Cyclops,  Signalman, 
May  1916. 

BUDLER,  ARTHUR  HAROLD  DE  WET. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914 
to  March  1915,  Cadet.  25th  Royal  Fusiliers,  Private.  South  African  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  Feb.  1917. 

BUIST,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM  TREMINHEERE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.-Col.  1911.  No.  13  Combined 
Field  Ambulance,  Rawal  Pindi,  1915. 

BUIST,  DAVID  STIRLING. 

Perth  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  Egyptian  Army,  Lieut. 
Aug.  1908;  Captain  Feb.  1913.  Mudros  1915;  Mongalla  and  Darfur  1916; 
Nyima  1917-18.  Dispatches  (Mongalla)  1916  and  (Nyima)  1917.  Order  of  the 
Nile  (4th  Class). 

BUIST,  HERBERT  JOHN  MARTIN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1890.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1891  ;  Lieut-Col. 
1913;  Col.  1917.  Malakand  1897;  Tirah  1897-8;  South  Africa  1899-1902. 
D.S.O.  1901;  C.M.G.  1918;  Legion  of  Honour,  Croix  de  Guerre  (France)  and 
Serbian  Order  of  St  Sava  1917.  Dispatches  (German  S.-W.  Africa)  Aug.  1915  ; 
(Salonika)  Nov.  1917  and  Jan.  1919. 

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BUIST,  JOHN  MARTIN. 

M.B..C.M.  1893  ;  D.P.H.  and  Diploma  Tropical  Medicine  (Camb.)  1904.  R.A.M.C., 
Major  Jan.  1906 ;  Lieut-Col. 

BULLOCK,  OSWALD  HUNTLY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Feb.  1918.  2/3rd  Wessex  Field  Ambulance 
and  2/6th  King's  Liverpool  Regiment.  France. 

BULLOCK,  ARTHUR  EDWIN. 

Warwick  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  CM.  1888.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  Attached  Gloucestershire  Yeomanry. 
Dispatches.  M.C. 

BULLOCK,  WILLIAM  EWART. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.D.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915. 
Dispatches  1918. 

BULMAN,  JOHN  RODERICK. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.     R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain.     No.  2  Convalescent  Depot,  Salonika. 

BURGES,  CYRIL  PHILLIPS. 

Taunton  School.  O.T.C.  1913-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.F. A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1917.  France  Dec.  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 

BURGESS,  CHARLES  HERBERT. 

Royal  School,  Dungannon.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Dec.  1916; 
Captain  Dec.  1917.  Dispatches  Oct.  1918. 

BURGESS,  WILLIAM  LESLIE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  M.D.  1912;  D.T.M.  &  H.  1911; 
D.P.H.  1914.  Lecturer  in  Public  Health,  St  Andrews  University.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  to  Dec.  1915. 

BURLEIGH,  JOHN  HENDERSON  SEAFORTH. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1911-15,  1916-17,  and 
1918-19;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  2/4th 
King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Lieut.  May  to  Oct.  1916. 

BURLEIGH,  THOMAS  HUNTLYWOOD. 

Kelso  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14  and  1918-20;  M.A.  1920. 
R.A.M.C.,  Private  Oct.  1914.  33rd  and  44th  Field  Ambulances.  M.M.  Oct.  1918. 

BURLEIGH,  WALTER  HENRY. 

King  Edward's  High  School,  Birmingham ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1909-11; 
Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Science,  1911-13.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1911-13,  Cadet. 
A.S.C.  (M.T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March  1917 
to  June  1919.  France  and  Italy. 

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BURN-MURDOCH,  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  B.A.  1908  and  LL.B.  (Camb.)  1911.  Student 
of  Arts  1905-6,  and  Law  1907-11.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1911.  Notary  Public, 
1913.  8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  France 
July  to  Aug.  1915  and  June  to  Oct.  1917.  Invalided  out  Jan.  1919. 

BURN-MURDOCH,  HECTOR. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Law,  1903-5 ;  B.A.  and  LL.B.  (Camb.),  and 
Advocate,  1905;  Barrister-at-Law,  1907;  Lecturer  in  English  Law.  Cameron 
Highlanders,  Temp.  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Temp.  Captain  Jan.  1915;  Temp.  Major 
May  1916;  Captain  (Reg.)  Nov.  1916;  Major  June  1919.  Attached  I4th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders;  Royal  Air  Force  and  Admiralty.  France,  April  1916-17. 

BURN-MURDOCH,  THOMAS  MONCK. 

Collegiate  School,  Edinburgh.  M.B.,  C.M.  1877  ;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1899.  Lecturer 
on  Diseases  of  Children.  Rugby  "Blue."  R.A.M.C.,  Hon.  Major  Feb.  1916. 
Springburn  and  Woodside,  and  Dalmeny  War  Hospitals. 

BURNE,  H.  WALLACE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1909-11.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14  and 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  1913  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  3/ist 
Scottish  Horse  Field  Ambulance,  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Serbian  Army  Field 
Ambulance,  Sept.  to  Dec.  1915.  3/ist  Scottish .  Horse  Feb.  1916;  i/6th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Jan.  1917. 

BURNESS,  EDWARD  WALKER. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  Oct. 
1917,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917.  3rd,  9th,  6th,  and  nth  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918;  Lieut.  Aug.  1919.  France. 

BURNESS,  RONALD. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1893-1900.  Writer 
to  the  Signet,  1900.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914.  2nd  Lovat 
Scouts,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Attached  loth  Cameron 
Highlanders.  Egypt  Dec.  1915;  Salonika  Oct.  1916;  France  June  1918. 

BURNET,  DAVID  S. 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9.  8th  and  ist  Royal  Scots 
Oct.  1901 ;  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  July  1915. 

BURNET,  EDWARD. 

B.A.  (Camb.) ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906 ;  B.Sc.  1908.  British  Red  Cross  Society. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914. 

BURNET,  GEORGE  BAIN. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1914-15,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  3/ist  Lowland  Field  Ambulance,  Private  and 
L/Corporal  1915;  Corporal  1916.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut.  1918. 
France. 

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BURNET,  GILBERT. 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May 
1917.  East  Africa.  M.C.  July  1918. 

BURNET,  JAMES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb. 
to  Nov.  1916,  Cadet  Bombardier ;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1916.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Acting  Captain  1919.  Egypt  and 
Palestine  July  1917-19. 

BURNET,  WILLIAM. 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  Student  of  Law,  1903-5  ;  Law  Agent  and  Notary 
Public,  1919.  8th,  7th,  and  2nd  Royal  Scots  1900,  Captain  June  1916.  4th 
Highland  Light  Infantry.  Mention  Feb.  1918. 

BURNETT,  JOHN  RODGER. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1915-17,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1917  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1917  to  June  1918,  Cadet  Bombardier; 
Officer  Cadet  June  1918.  R.H.A.  and  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

BURNETT,  ROBERT. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  B.D.  1890.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland. 
Chaplain,  3rd  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  May  to  Nov.  1915.  3rd  Vol. 
Battn.  Royal  Scots,  Sergeant  Jan.  1917  to  June  1919.  Chaplain  with  Egyptian 
Exp.  Forces  (4th  Class),  Sept.  1919. 

BURNETT-SMITH,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  CM.  1891;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1891.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  May  1916.  Attached  64th  Division  for  sixteen  months. 
Torpedoed  May  1917  on  way  to  Egypt. 

BURNHAM,  CECIL. 

Glasgow  Academy.  Cadet  Corps  1901-2.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.). 
Demonstrator  in  Anatomy,  1914-15.  Football  "Blue."  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March 
1915;  Captain  March  1916;  Acting  Major  Feb.  1918. 

BURNIE,  ROBERT  McCALL. 

Lockerbie  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919.  Diploma 
of  Tropical  Medicine  (Liverpool).  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer,  Aug.  1915.  Destroyers,  North  Sea  and  Mediterranean. 

BURNS,  ANDREW  SHAW. 

Kilmarnock  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1917-19. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1917  to  Feb.  1919,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Signaller  June  1916. 

BURNS,  FRANCIS  PETER.  (See  p.  748.) 

BURNS,  HENRY. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  May  1909;  Staff 
Surgeon  May  1917;  Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander  1918.  H.M.  Ships  Arethusa, 
Canterbury,  Centaur,  Curacoa,  and  Vernon.  O.B.E.  Aug.  1919. 

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BURNS,  JAMES  COLDER. 

St  John's  Grammar  School,  Hamilton.  M.A.  1896;  B.D.  1899.  Minister,  U.F. 
Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class  1901 ;  3rd  Class  1911  ;  2nd  Class  1916. 
Deputy  Assistant  Principal  Chaplain,  July  1917.  France  May  1915-19.  Dispatches 
March  1919.  T.D.  June  1919. 

BURNS,  JAMES  HENRY  LAURENCE. 

Musselburgh  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Private 
Oct.  1915  ;  Corporal  Sept.  1918.  3/3rd  Lowland  Field  Ambulance  Oct.  1915,  and 
58th  Scottish  General  Hospital  April  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

BURNS,  JOHN  CRAWFORD. 

Teviot  Grove  Academy  and  Selkirk  High  School;  First  XV.  M.B., Ch.B.  1917. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1915-17,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Captain 
Aug.  1918.  36th  Combined  Field  Ambulance.  Mesopotamia  Sept.  1917; 
Southern  Kurdistan  1919. 

BURNS,  JOHN  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Law,  1909-1 1.  Advocate,  191 1.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Lieut.  June  1916; 
Captain.  France  1915-19. 

BURNS,  ROBERT. 

Teviot  Grove  Academy,  Hawick.  M.A.  1910.  Schoolmaster.  R.F.A.,  ist 
Lowland  Brigade  (T.),  Driver  Sept.  1914.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July 
1915;  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Egyptian  Exp.  Force.  Wounded  at  Nebi  Samwil, 
Palestine,  Nov.  1917. 

BURNS,  ROBERT  EDWARD. 

C.B.  College,  Perth,  West  Australia.  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1913-16  and  1918;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  Anatomy  Staff,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Nov.  1914  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Oct. 
1918.  Mediterranean  Exp.  Force. 

BURNS,  THOMAS  ALEXANDER. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct. 
1913  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (North  Scottish)  (T.),  Gunner  Sept.  1914; 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  July  1917.  Gallipoli, 
Egypt  and  France. 

BURNS,  WILLIAM. 

.  Teviot  Grove  Academy,  Hawick.  Student  of  Law,  1906-8.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
2nd  Lieut.  1912;  Captain  Sept.  1916.  2/4th  Royal  Scots,  Adjutant  Aug.  1916-17. 
Overseas  Nov.  to  Dec.  1917  and  Sept.  1918-19. 

BURNS,  WILLIAM. 

Montrose  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1904-7;  B.Sc.  1907;  D.Sc.  1914. 
35th  Poona  Battn.,  Indian  Defence  Force,  Captain  April  1917;  ii4th  Mahrattas, 
Lieut.  Oct.  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  School  of  Musketry  (Indian),  Poona. 

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BURNS,  WILLIAM  JAMES. 

Ayr  Academy.  O.T.C.  1912-17,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918. 
Royal  Air  Force,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917,  94th  Squadron. 

BURNS,  WILLIAM  KEDSLIE. 

North  Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1917.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March 
to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917.  ist  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  France. 

BURNS,  WILLIAM  ROSE. 

Brechin  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1891.  South  African  Scottish,  Private. 
Overseas  Exp.  Force. 

BURR,  JOHN. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1887-94;  M.A.  1891. 
Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain  4th  Class,  Oct.  1915.  iS7th  Brigade. 
52nd  Division,  Mediterranean  and  Egyptian  Exp.  Force. 

BURR,  WILLIAM  SIMPSON. 

Bo'ness  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18, 
Gunner;  Medical,  1918-19,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet. 

BURROW,  JOSEPH  LE  FLEMING  COY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1913.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Aug.  1914. 
33rd  Mounted  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Egypt,  1915-16;  in  charge  of  Medical 
Division,  Military  Hospital,  Cairo ;  2nd  Northern  General  Hospital. 

BURT,  LEONARD  ANDERSON  PEARCE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.;  Captain  (retired).  Attached  7th  Duke 
of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry. 

BURT,  THOMAS  DUNCANSON. 

George  Heriot's  School ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1910-14,  Cadet  L/Corporal, 
Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Gallipoli ;  France.  Twice  Wounded. 

BURTON,  THOMAS  JOHN. 

M.B.,  CM.  1889;  M.D.  1896.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

BUSCKE,  GEORGE  HENDERSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  2ist  Northumberland  Fusiliers, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1916.  Machine-Gun  Corps.  Invalided 
out  Jan.  1918. 

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BUTCHART,  HENRY  JACKSON. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  B.L.  (Aberdeen)  1905  ;  Student  of  Law,  1906-7 ; 
Law  Agent.  Queen's  Edinburgh  Mounted  Rifles,  1905.  2nd  Scottish  Horse,  2nd 
Lieut.  1907;  Captain  1913;  Major  June  1916.  2nd  Reserve  Regiment  of 
Cavalry,  1915-16.  Egyptian  and  British  Exp.  Forces,  June  1916  to  July  1919. 
52nd  Lowland  and  74th  (Yeomanry)  Divisions.  Dispatches  Jan.  and  June  1918. 
D.S.O.  June  1918.  Star  of  Roumania  (Officer  Class). 

BUTLER,  ALAN  LUMSDEN. 

Warriston.  Glasgow  University  O.T.C.  1917,  Cadet.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917-18,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet  May  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

BUTLER,  EDWIN. 

Wimbourne  Grammar  School.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  to  Oct.  1916.  RA.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Captain 
Nov.  1917;  Acting  Major  Aug.  1918.  O.C.  22nd  Indian  General  Hospital, 
Nov.  1918.  Mesopotamia.  Dispatches  June  1919. 

BUTTAR,  FERNIE  LOUDEN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science  and  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1918-20. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  8th,  9th,  and  4th  Royal 
Scots  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Attached 
R.E.  (Signal  Service),  June  1917.  37th  Division  and  6th  Corps.  France 
Feb.  to  Dec.  1915,  and  Nov.  1917  to  Dec.  1918.  Second  Battle  of  Ypres, 
Passchendaele. 

BUTTER,  ANDREW  JAMES  MOVES. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1913-15  and  1919; 
M.A.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade), 
Sapper  July  1915  ;  Sergeant  March  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut.  Dec.  1918. 
France  two  years.  Wounded.  M.M.  April  1917. 

BUYERS,  GEORGE  ALSTON. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Law,  1911-13.  7th  Gordon  Highlanders, 
Lieut.  March  1918. 

BYRES,  GEORGE  M. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1909  and  1912-13. 
Chartered  Accountant,  1914.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  1909;  Lieut.  May 
1915;  Captain  May  1916;  Adjutant  March  1917.  France  1916-19.  Dispatches 
Sept.  1918-19. 

CADELL,  HEW  FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Haileybury.  Student  of  Law.  Writer  to  the  Signet, 
1891.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse,  1888;  Major  March  1902.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914.  France;  attached  5th  Corps  Cavalry  Regiment  for  two  years.  Worcester- 
shire Yeomanry  and  Anzac  Mounted  Division,  Palestine,  for  one  year.  T.D. 

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CADELL,  JOHN  MACFARLANE. 

Collegiate  School,  Edinburgh.  M.B.,  CM.  1884.  Indian  Medical  Service, 
Oct.  1885  ;  Lieut-Col,  (retired)  1913.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  Oct.  1914  to 
March  1919.  Attached  loth  Royal  Scots.  Egypt. 

CADELL,  LEWIS  IRVING. 

Collegiate  School,  Edinburgh.  M.A.  1886.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1889.  Q.E.R. 
1882-7,  Corporal.  National  Reserve,  Captain  Nov.  1914.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  (V.),  Oct. 
1917;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Special  Constable.  Voluntary  Munition  Worker,  1915-16. 

CABMAN,  DONALD  ARTHUR. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1915  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  A.B.  Seaman,  Nov. 
1916;  Surgeon  Sub-Lieut.  Jan.  1917.  Dover  and  Harwich  Patrol  and  Escort. 
Duties  at  Plymouth,  H.M.S.  Laverock. 

CAIE,  JOHN  MYLES.     (See  p.  748.) 

CAIRO,  ANDREW  JAMES. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  Science,  and  Medicine,  1908-16; 
M.A.  1912;  B.Sc.  1915;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914-16,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  July  1917.  Edinburgh  War 
Hospital. 

CAIRD,  FRANCIS  MITCHELL. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1877  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Professor  of  Clinical 
Surgery.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  April  1914.  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital, 
Consulting  Surgeon.  France  (Colonel  A.M.S.)  1916-17.  Seafield  War  Hospital, 
1917-18.  Dispatches  1917. 

CAIRD,  KARL  F. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1919.  nth  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force. 

CAIRNIE,  JOHN  BRUCE. 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  M.A.  1911;  B.Sc.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1909 
to  Nov.  1912,  Cadet.  5th  Seaforth  Highlanders  (T.),  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1917.  Attached  King's  African  Rifles,  Oct.  1918. 

CAIRNS,  ALEXANDER  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Arts 
and  Law,  1895-8  and  1902-5;  M.A.  1898;  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1906.  Lothians 
and  Border  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut. 
Dec.  1915  Captain  32nd  Brigade,  4th  Division,  1915-16  and  1918.  France. 


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CAIRNS,  CHARLES  R. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1905-7  ;  Chartered  Accountant,  1910. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

CAIRNS,  FRANCIS  DAVIDSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  Demonstrator  in  Anatomy,  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  Aug.  1915. 

CAIRNS,  GEORGE  DOUGLAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1914.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March  1916.  France  1915-17.  Second  Battle  of 
Ypres  and  Festubert. 

CAIRNS,  JAMES  DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1913-16.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-20. 
2/7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  Nov.  1916-17.  R.E.  (Signals), 
Sapper  and  Acting  L/Corporal  1917-19. 

CAIRNS,  JAMES  WILLIAM. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  M.D.  1914;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1910. 
Medical  Staff  Corps,  Vol.,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1914 ;  Captain 
May  1915;  Major  Jan.  1918.  France  1914;  Salonika  1915.  Invalided  out  Feb. 
1919.  Dispatches  J  une  1915. 

CAIRNS,  JOHN. 

Duns  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1882-5.  Berwickshire  Rifle  Vols.  Nov.  1880. 
4th  Royal  Scots  (V.),  Captain.  3rd  West  Kent  Regiment  (V.),  Major.  Assistant 
Principal  Chaplain,  Oct.  1918.  V.D.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

CAIRNS,  LAWSON  MILLER. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1897;  M.D.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Captain  Nov.  1916. 

CAIRNS,  RONALD  McDONALD. 

Workington    College;    First  XV.  and   XL  Student   of  Medicine,   1913-16  and 

1917-20;     M.B.,     Ch.B.      1920.      R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,     April    1916. 

H.M.  Ships  Pasley,  Acheron,  Sarpedon,  and  Seymour, 

CAITHNESS,  HUGH  PEACE. 

Queen  Elizabeth's  Grammar  School,  Blackburn.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1917.  France. 
Gassed,  Ypres  Salient,  Nov.  1917. 

CALDER,  CLARENCE  ALEXANDER. 

Munro  College,  Jamaica  ;  First  XL,  Cricket  and  Football.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1913-15  and  1917-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  Hon. 
Artillery  Coy.,  R.H.A.,  Gunner  July  1915  ;  L/Bombardier.  Egypt. 

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CALDER,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

Grove  and  Harris  Academies,  Dundee;  First  XI.  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1911. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  June  1912,  Cadet  Corporal.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C., 
Private  Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

CALDER,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet. 
4th  Cameron  Highlanders  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1917. 

CALDER,  WILLIAM  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science, 
1912-14.  R.E.,  49th  Coy.  and  Special  Brigade,  Sept.  1914-16.  i/8th  Royal 
Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918.  France  May  1917  to  Nov. 
1918  ;  Ypres  and  Cambrai. 

CALDER,  WILLIAM  JOHNSON. 

Northampton  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1878;  M.D.  1899.  South  African 
Campaign,  1900-1.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Sept.  1916.  France  1916.  Invalided  out 
Nov.  1917. 

CALDWELL,  JOHN  STEWART. 

Mid-Calder  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain 
March  1916.  France  April  1915  to  June  1919. 

CALLANDER,  HUGH. 

M.A.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  L/Corporal.  Injured  in  torpedoing  of  H.M.S.  Royal 
Edward. 

CALLANDER,  LAWRENCE  DOUGAL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1920.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917;  Captain  June  1918. 
24th  Indian  General  Hospital,  Mesopotamia.  Surgical  Specialist  at  Kut. 

CALLEN,  JAMES  ANDERSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Dec. 
1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Sapper  Sept.  1914.  loth  Scottish  Rifles, 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Sept.  1915.  Transferred  R.E. 
(Signal  Service)  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Acting  Captain  May  1918.  France  July  1915  ; 
Loos  and  Hill  70.  Wounded  March  1916.  M.C.  Jan.  1916;  Croix  de  Guerre 
(French)  Aug.  1918.  Dispatches. 

CALLENDER,  DUNCAN  McNAB. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1899;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1919;  F.R.C.S., 
(Edin.)  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916. 

CALVER,  DOUGLAS  EDWARD. 

Kilmarnock  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1912-14, 
and  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet,  nth  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Aug.  1916.  Transferred  A.S.C.  (M.T.), 
April  1917  to  April  1919.  Wounded  Aug.  1915. 

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CALVER,  ROBERT  HENRY  SHERWOOD. 

Edinburgh  Institution ;  First  XV.  1st  (Highland)  Cadet  Battn.,  Royal  Scots, 
1914-17,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1917  and  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
May  to  Sept.  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Sub-Lieut.  Sept.  1917,  attached  R.N.A.S. 
Royal  Air  Force,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1918. 

CALWELL,  ANDREW  FISHER. 

Epsom  and  Blairlodge;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1897-1904,  Sergeant. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  M.O.,  Langholm  Auxiliary  Hospital,  1915-18.  R.A.M.C. 
Lieut.  April  1918.  M.C. 

CAMERON,  ALAN  HAY. 

Dollar  Institution.  O.T.C.  1910-16,  Sergeant  Student  of  Science,  1916-17. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  1916-17;  Infantry,  1917,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.E.  (Signals),  Aug. 
1917  ;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  France  and  The  Rhine. 

CAMERON,  ALBERT. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1892.     R.A.M.C.,  Captain  May  1915. 

CAMERON,  ALEXANDER  JOHN. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1912-16.  Edinburgh  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1916  to 
Jan.  1917,  Cadet.  Scottish  Horse  Jan.  1917.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  June.  1918.  France. 

CAMERON,  ALEXANDER  THOMAS. 

M.A.  1904;  B.Sc.  1906;  F.I.C.  1918.  Assistant  Professor  of  Physiology, 
University  of  Manitoba.  O.T.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  April  1917  to  May  1919.  No.  I  Water  Tank  (M.T.) 
Coy.  France  April  1916-19.  Dispatches  June  1917. 

CAMERON,  ANGUS. 

M.A.  1907.  Schoolmaster.  3rd  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914 ; 
Captain  March  1918.  France  April  to  July  1915;  Salonika  May  1917  to  Oct. 
1918;  Egypt  1920.  Educational  Officer,  Glencorse,  1918  to  Nov.  1919.  Wounded 
France  July  1915. 

CAMERON,  ANGUS. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1909-13,  Cadet  Colour-Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1915;  Acting  Major  Nov.  1918.  Egypt.  M.C. 
April  1918. 

CAMERON,  DAVID  HUGH. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1917-20 ;  B.Sc.  1920.  4th  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  Private  April  1918.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet  Sept.  1918. 

CAMERON,  DAVID  WILKIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.A.  (Hons.,  Camb.) ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.)  1911; 
B.Sc.  Schoolmaster.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Emperor  of  India,  Naval  Instructor, 
Jan.  1916.  Jutland  Battle,  May  1916. 

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CAMERON,  DONALD. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  Royal  Navy,  Able 
Seaman,  June  1916.  H.M.A.  Ships  Melbourne  and  Cornwall. 

CAMERON,  DONALD  BLACK. 

Lasswade  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18,  Cadet. 
R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet  June  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1919. 

CAMERON,  DONALD  HUGH. 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1913-15 
and  1918-19;  M.A.  1912;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  to  Nov.  1915, 
Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S.  Nizam,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Nov.  1915  to  April  1917. 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  July  1919. 

CAMERON,  DUGALD. 

Kingussie  School;  First  XL,  Football.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1911-14 
and  1918-19;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.), 
and  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  Salonika  Oct.  1915  ;  Serbia 
Nov.  1915.  Wounded  at  Barakli-Dzuma  May  1917  and  invalided  home  July  1917. 
M.C.  Aug.  1917. 

CAMERON,  DUNCAN  ALEXANDER. 

Stockton  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1898.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Surgeon-Lieut.  1905  ; 
Captain  1908;  Major  1914;  Lieut-Col.  Oct.  1914.  Durham  Light  Infantry; 
2nd  Northumbrian  Field  Ambulance.  France  1914;  Egypt  1915;  Salonika  1916. 
President,  No.  4  T.M.B.,  Northern  Command,  Nov.  1918.  Dispatches  June  1915. 

CAMERON,  DUNCAN  FRASER. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1915-17.  Student  of  Science,  1917  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet 
Jan.  1918.  Tank  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1918. 

CAMERON,  ERNEST  HUGH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1914.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1917.  India. 

CAMERON,  EWEN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.     Royal  Navy,  Staff  Surgeon  Feb.  1914.     M.V.O. 

CAMERON,  GEORGE  S. 

Student  of  Science.     Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private. 

CAMERON,  IAN. 

Greenock  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders  (T.), 
2nd  Lieut. 

CAMERON,  ISABELLA  DOUGLAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1906;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1905.  Q.M.A.A.C.,  Medical 
Controller,  March  to  Sept.  1917. 

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CAMERON,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  CM.  1887;  M.D.  1894;  M.D.  (Lond.)  1910;  M.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1904. 
Assistant,  Eye  Department,  R.I.E.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Feb.  1918. 

CAMERON,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Perth  Academy.  M.A.  1901;  LL.B.  1904.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1911.  No. 
4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1899-1903.  Assistant  Recruiting  Staff  Officer, 
Lieut.  July  to  Dec.  1917.  Staff  of  Ministry  of  National  Service  to  Jan.  1919. 

CAMERON,  JAMES  BLACK. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.A.  1903;  LL.B.  1905.  Writer 
to  the  Signet,  1907.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1900-4,  Gunner.  R.G.A.  (T.), 
City  of  Edinburgh  Heavy  Battery,  1906;  Major  Dec.  1913.  France,  Hooge,  1915  ; 
Somme  1916;  Arras  1917.  D.S.O.  and  Dispatches  June  1917. 

CAMERON,  JAMES  WALES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Phil.)  1907.  Chaplain,  4th  Class, 
Aug.  1916;  Acting  Senior  Chaplain  March  1919;  Acting  Assistant  Principal 
Chaplain  July  1919.  Malta,  Italy,  Egypt. 

CAMERON,  JOHN. 

Oban  School.  O.T.C.  1916-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Medical 
April  to  Sept.  1918,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Midshipman. 

CAMERON,  JOHN. 

Allan  Glen's  School,  Glasgow.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1915  to  March 
1916,  Cadet.  Cavalry  Officer  Cadet  Corps,  March  to  Aug.  1916. 

CAMERON,  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1914-17,  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Arts,  1917  and 
1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1917  to  March  1918,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Midshipman, 
April  1918.  H.M.S.  P39  Escort  Flotilla  and  H.M.S.  Windsor. 

CAMERON,  JOHN  SPROAT  TAYLOR. 

Edinburgh   Academy.     M.A.    1888;    LL.B.  (Distinction)    1892;  Advocate,  1893; 

Examiner  in  Law.     gth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  1900;  Major  1912.     Acting 

as  Judge  Advocate,  Scottish  Command,  1918-19.     France  1915.     T.D.  1919. 
CAMERON,  NEIL. 

George   Watson's   College.     M.A.   1909.     Probationer,  U.F.  Church   of  Scotland. 

5th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  June  1915;   Sergeant.     9th  Royal  Scots,  2nd 

Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut.     Wounded  April  1918. 

CAMERON,  ROBERT  EVAN. 

Sedbergh  and  King  William's  College,  I.O.M.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  1909  to  April  1912,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy, 
Surgeon-Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  H.M.S.  Benbow.  Jutland  May  1916.  R.N.  Hospital, 
Portland,  1916-17.  Mesopotamia  and  China. 

CAMERON,  ROBERT  GRIERSON. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.     4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

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CAMERON,  ROBERT  THEODORE. 

Inverness  Royal  Academy.  M.A.  1907.  Minister  of  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Y.M.C.A.  Work,  France.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  nth  Royal  Scots,  Captain. 
May  1916-17.  Recommissioned  Oct.  1918. 

CAMERON,  RODERIC  DUNCAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1912  to  July  1916,  Captain.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Sept. 
1914;  Acting  Captain  March  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1917;  Acting  Major  Sept.  1919. 
Salonika,  Struma  Valley,  Vardar,  and  Doiran.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917  and  Nov. 
1918.  M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

CAMERON,  THOMAS  FORBES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1909-12,  Cadet. 
Northumberland  Fusiliers  (N.E.  Rly.  Battn.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  1916; 
Acting  Major  1917.  France. 

CAMERON,  THOMAS  WRIGHT  MOIR. 

Allan  Glen's  School,  Glasgow.  Glasgow  University  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1912-14. 
Student  of  Science,  1918.  I5th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Captain  Nov.  1915.  R.F.C.  and  Royal  Air  Force,  Sept.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

CAMPBELL,  ALBERT. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Sept.  1916  to  March  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
June  1917;  Lieut.  Dec.  1918.  France.  Invalided  home  Oct.  1919. 

CAMPBELL,  ALBERT  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-16.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct. 
1916  to  May  1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  May  1917.  Indian  Army,  93rd  Burma 
Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.  Egypt,  Palestine,  Damascus, 
and  Aleppo  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1914, 
Rangoon  Vol.  Rifles,  March  1915.  I.A.R.O.,  i3Oth  K.G.O.  Baluchis,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Temp.  Captain  Sept.  1917  to  Jan.  1918.  German 
East  Africa.  M.C.  July  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  DAVID. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  D.P.H.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1905-11,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  Aug.  1917.  Embarkation 
Medical  Officer,  Boulogne. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  FRASER. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915. 
4th  Scottish  General  Hospital,  C.M.P.,  May  1916  to  Jan.  1917.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  Egypt  May  1917. 

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CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  JOHN. 

B.A. ;  M.A.  1880.  Chaplain  1887;  ist  Class  April  1908.  North  Scottish  R.G.A. 
(T.),  Tay  Defences.  V.D.  Mention. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1891;  M.B.,  C.M.  1894;  M.D.  1898.  R.A.M.C., 
Captain  April  1915-16. 

CAMPBELL,  ALEXANDER  STEWART. 

Kirkcudbright  Academy.  M.A.  1907.  R.A.M.C,  Private  Oct.  1914.  i6th  Field 
Ambulance.  M.M.  Oct  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  ALFRED  WALTER. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1889;  M.D.  1892.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Major  1914. 
2nd  Australian  General  Hospital. 

CAMPBELL,  ANDREW. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  D.P.H. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  1904  to  Dec.  1910,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Indian  Medical  Service, 
Lieut.  March  1917;  Captain  May  1918;  Otologist  to  War  Hospitals,  Karachi. 

CAMPBELL,  ANGUS  HENRY. 

Dollar  Academy.  Student  of  Science  and  Medicine,  1913-15;  B.Sc.  1915. 
R.A.M.C.,  Protozoologist,  Dec.  1915. 

CAMPBELL,  ARCHIBALD  BROWN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1886;  LL.B.  and  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1889. 
ist  Vol.  Battn.  Royal  Scots,  Private  1914;  L/Corporal ;  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut; 
Acting  Adjutant 

CAMPBELL,  ARCHIBALD  MARSHALL. 

Hilton  College,  Natal.  Athletics.  O.T.C.  1902-12,  Sergeant.  University  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1916,  Cadet.  Natal  Carabiniers,  Trooper  Sept  1914. 
German  West  Africa.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1916;  Lieut  July  1917. 
Royal  Air  Force. 

CAMPBELL,  ARTHUR. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15 
and  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  loth  Border 
Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915.  Machine-Gun  Corps  Dec.  1915,  Lieut. 
Oct  1916.  M.C.  July  1916. 

CAMPBELL,  ARTHUR  THOMAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1910-11.  Student  of  Law,  1912-15.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Jan.  to  April  1915,  Cadet.  Leicestershire  Yeomanry  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Attached  i6th  and  I2th  Lancers.  France, 
Feb.  1916  to  Sept.  1919. 

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CAMPBELL,  CHARLES  MACFIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1897;  B.Sc.  1900;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D. 
1911.  United  States  Army,  Contract  Surgeon  Oct.  to  Dec.  1917  and  June  to 
July  1918.  United  States  Army  Medical  Corps,  Private  Oct.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  DAVID. 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  M.A.  1913.  Schoolmaster.  4th  and  6th  Royal  Scots 
(T.),  Private  1910.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914.  Machine-Gun  Corps  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1916;  Acting 
Major  April  1918.  M.C.  and  Bar. 

CAMPBELL,  DONALD  GRAHAM. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  M.B.,  CM.  1892.  President  of  S.R.C. 
1889-90.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  May  1913.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  Sept.  1918.  6th  Seaforth  Highlanders.  No.  3  Ambulance  Train; 
I39th  Field  Ambulance.  France  May  1915  to  Dec.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  DONALD  HOPE. 

Student  of  Law,  1911-13.  Chartered  Accountant,  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
May  1909  to  Feb.  1912,  Cadet,  gth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Aug.  1914; 
L/Corporal  April  1915.  France  1915. 

CAMPBELL,  ERNEST  KENNETH. 

M.B.,  CM.  1884;  M.R.C.S.  1884;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1886.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
Jan.  1917;  Captain  July  1917  ;  Major  Aug.  1919.  Ophthalmist.  Dispatches  1919. 

CAMPBELL,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1905-7.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March 
1916.  4th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Acting  Captain 
Nov.  1917;  Captain  May  1918.  France. 

CAMPBELL,  GEORGE. 

Students'  Representative  Council  Clerk.  Royal  Scots  Greys,  Private  Sept.  1914. 
Scots  Guards,  Private  May  1915  to  March  1919.  Wounded  April  and  Sept.  1916. 

CAMPBELL,  GEORGE  GORDON. 

Pietermaritzburg  College.  O.T.C.  1904-11,  Sergeant-Major.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-14  and  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913-14,  Cadet. 
R.F.A.  55th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Royal  Air  Force. 
Egypt  and  Gallipoli  1915-16  ;  East  Africa  1916-18.  Wounded  at  Gallipoli. 

CAMPBELL,  GEORGE  MAcDONALD.     (See  p.  748.) 

CAMPBELL,  HUGH  MARY. 

Holy  Cross  Academy,  Leith.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  Forth  R.G.A.,  Gunner  July 
1915;  L/Bombardier.  io8th  Siege  Battery. 

CAMPBELL,  IVOR. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  April 
1916,  Cadet.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Private. 

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CAMPBELL,  JAMES  DUNCAN. 

Golspie  School;  First  XI.,  Cricket  and  Football.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14- 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1915  to  June  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  June  1916. 
2nd  Lovat  Scouts,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1918.  Attached  I2th 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers.  Egypt,  Palestine,  and  France.  Dispatches. 

CAMPBELL,  JAMES  IAN.     (See  p.  748.) 

CAMPBELL,  JOHN. 

Oban  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1917-20.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1913-14,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  I9HJ 
Lieut.  Sept  1916;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  191710  April  1918.  Wounded  at  Loos 
Sept.  1915. 

CAMPBELL,  JOHN  DOUGLAS-BOSWELL. 

Fettes;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1906-11.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1911. 
R.H.  and  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Remount  Depot, 
Ayr,  1914-15.  6  "C"  Reserve  Brigade,  1917-19.  R.H.A.,  France,  1916-17. 

CAMPBELL,  JOHN  FORBES. 

Mackie  Academy,  Stonehaven.  L.D.S. ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.R.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.)  1917.  University  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S'.R.), 
Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  Aug.  1918.  Mesopotamia  and  Persia. 

CAMPBELL,  JOHN  McPHAIL. 

North  Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916  and  1919.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  April  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet  Bombardier ;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916. 
R.G.A.,  Sist  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  JOHN  PROFEIT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.     loth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Captain. 

CAMPBELL,  JOHN  YOUNG. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  M.A.  1909.  Probationer,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  Feb.  1916.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut. 
Feb.  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  LACHLAN  GRAHAM. 

North  Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1911-14  and 
1918-19;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1911-14,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.G.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  April  1917;  Acting  Major 
Feb.  1918  to  March  1919.  M.C.  Aug.  1916.  Dispatches  Dec.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  ROBERT  BROWN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  and  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1912. 
Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Crescent,  Surgeon-Commander  May  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  RODERICK  ALAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1910.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Dec. 
1914;  Captain  Sept.  1917.  France  and  German  East  Africa. 

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CAMPBELL,  SAMUEL  BURNSIDE  BOYD. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.R.C.P. 
(Edin.)  1914;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1919.  Rugby  "Blue"  and  Irish  International. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918. 
Dispatches  June  1918.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  SAMUEL  GEORGE. 

Bishop's  College,  Maritzburg,  Natal.  M.B.,  CM.  ,1882 ;  M.D.  1886;  F.R.C.P. 
&  S.  (Edin.) ;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) ;  D.P.H.  South  African  Campaign,  Natal  Medical 
Corps.  Native  Rebellion  1910.  Major  M.I.  Durham  Defence  Corps,  Major 
Nov.  1915. 

CAMPBELL,  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Aug.  1917.  France 
1915;  Salonika  1916.  Invalided  home. 

CAMPBELL,  THOMAS  FREDERICK. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1916.  Surgical  Specialist,  Colaba  War 
Hospital,  Bombay. 

CAMPBELL,  WALTER. 

Beath  School,  Cowdenbeath.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
April  to  Sept.  1918,  Cadet.  53rd  Y.S.  Battn.  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private 
Aug.  1918;  L/Corporal  Dec.  1918. 

CAMPBELL,  WILFRED  SAMUEL  HAMILTON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Sanitary  Service,  Lieut.  Dec.  1915; 
Captain  June  1916. 

CAMPBELL,  WILLIAM. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  191 1  ;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1913.  Assistant 
to  Professors,  Public  Health,  1912-13,  and  Pathology,  1914-19.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-10,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916.  Pathologist,  Alexandria  Dist.  and  Pellagra 
Commission.  Gallipoli  and  Egypt.  Dispatches  1916  and  June  1919. 

CAMPBELL,  WILLIAM  SIBBALD. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  M.B.,  CM.  1892;  M.D.  1906.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Captain  May  1916;  Major  (Local)  1916-18;  Captain  1918. 

CANDLER-HOPE,  GEORGE  JOHN  BROWN. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1891.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915.  M.O.  in  charge  of  Brompton 
Auxiliary  Military  Hospital,  and  5ist  and  52nd  Squads,  Royal  Air  Force. 

CANDLISH,  ERIC  ELSMORE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1918-19.  R.A.M.C.  (T.).  Scottish  Horse 
Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Sept.  1914.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917  to  April  1918;  Acting  .Captain  1917.  Egypt  and  Palestine 
Aug.  1915  to  Jan.  1917  ;  France  Jan.  1917  to  March  1918. 

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CANNON,  JOHN  WILSON. 

Kendal  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan.  1909  to 
April  1914,  Cadet  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  2nd 
Lincolnshire  Regiment.  France  1914;  Cameroons  1915;  India  1916;  Meso- 
potamia 1916-19.  Wounded  Neuve  Chapelle.  Dispatches  April  1915. 

CANSFIELD,  ELLISON. 

Bradford  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1918. 
M.O.  7th  Lincolnshire  Regiment,  May  to  Aug.  1918.  France.  Gassed,  Somme, 
Aug.  1918.  Invalided  out  Feb.  1919. 

CANT,  ANDREW  McGREGOR. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  1915.  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1917. 
France  July  1916  to  Nov.  1918;  Somme,  Vimy  Ridge,  Arras,  and  St  Quentin. 
Persia.  Dispatches.  M.C.  March  1918. 

CANT,  ROBERT  BREMNER. 

Arbroath  High  School;  First  XL,  Cricket  and  Football.  University  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  March  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet.  R.E.,  63rd  Field  Coy.,  Feb. 
1917,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1917;  Lieut.  May  1919.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

CAPPER,  DAVID  SYNGE. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1884.  Professor  of  Mechanical  Engineering,  King's 
College,  London.  Q.E.R.,  Private  1882-5.  London  University  O.T.C.  (T.),  1909 ; 
Lieut-Col.  1912.  Commanded  Schools  of  Instruction,  1914-16.  75th  Royal 
Warwickshire  Regiment,  Major  March  1916.  France  June  to  Nov.  1916. 

CAPPER,  STEWART  HENBEST. 

M.A.  1880.  Professor  of  Architecture,  Manchester  University.  6th  Manchester 
Regiment  (T.),  Captain;  Brevet  Major  Dec.  1913;  Captain  July  1915;  Acting 
Major  Dec.  1915.  Censor,  Port  Said,  Alexandria,  and  Cairo.  Dispatches 
(twice).  T.D. 

CARGILL,  JAMES  ALEXANDER  RUSSELL. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  Queen's  Edinburgh 
Mounted  Rifles,  Private,  two  years,  gth  Royal  Scots  (V.),  Private,  three  years. 
Royal  Navy,  Temporary  Surgeon-Lieut  Aug.  1914.  Attached  Royal  Marine 
Artillery,  Heavy  Howitzer  Brigade.  H.M.S.  Vindictive,  Surgeon-Captain. 

CARGIN,  HERBERT  MACPHERSON. 

Royal  School,  Dungannon,  Ireland ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ; 
M.D.  1913.  Special  Sanitary  Officer,  Tees  Garrison,  March  1915-17.  Royal  Air 
Force  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  June  1918. 

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CARLETON,  KEITH  OSBORNE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1908-15  ;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Nov.  1909  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  Indian  Army  (Unattached  List),  April  1915, 
Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  April  1919.  3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
May  to  Oct  1915.  25th,  26th  and  3Oth  Punjabis,  Nov.  1915  to  Sept.  1918. 
I43rd  Narsingh  (Dholpur)  Infantry,  Sept.  1918  to  May  1919.  6gth  Punjabis 
May  1919.  India  and  Mesopotamia  1916-18. 

CARLISLE,  HENRY  GEORGE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1904.  Medical  Research 
Committee,  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1917.  Mediterranean 
1915;  France  1916-18. 

CARLOW,  WALTER  WADDELL. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1905;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1912. 
Demonstrator  of  Anatomy,  1911-12  and  1914-17.  Clinical  (Surgical)  Tutor, 
1913-17  and  1919.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917;  Captain  June  1918.  Surgical 
Specialist,  4<Dth  Casualty  Clearing  Station.  Salonika. 

CARLYLE,  ROBERT  CARLYLE. 

Ripon.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  1906-9.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
1912;  Captain  March  1915.  Attached  Egyptian  Army,  Feb.  1917.  Malta 
1914-17;  Sudan  1917.  White  Eagle  (5th  Class),  with  Swords  (Serbia). 

GARMENT,  ANDREW  GRAY. 

Dollar  Academy  and  George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1896;  B.Sc.  1909; 
M.D.  1911.  Zanzibar  Medical  Service.  Naval  Wounded  Hospital  Ship  Gascon, 
Oct.  1914.  British  E.  African  Exp.  Force,  Jan.  1915  to  July  1916.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain  Oct.  1917  to  March  1919.  Russia  and 
Macedonia  1918.  Invalided  home  Oct.  1918.  3rd  Western  General  Hospital, 
Cardiff. 

CARMICHAEL,  ARCHIBALD  NATHANIEL  SHIRLEY. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  CM.  1892.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1886-92,  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1915; 
Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  Lovat  Scouts.  D.A.D.M.S.,  73rd  Division,  Independent 
Force  (Kent),  and  23rd  Army  Corps. 

CARMICHAEL,  DONALD  GORDON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.     R.A.M.C.,  Major  Oct.  1914.     India  Dec.  1915. 

CARMICHAEL,  EDWARD  ARNOLD. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1918  to  Jan.  1919,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Private 
Sept.  1914.  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field  Ambulance. 

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CARMICHAEL,  JAMES  CHARLES  GORDON. 

United  Service  College,  Westward  Ho!  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1912. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1903;  Captain  July  1906;  Major  Oct.  1914;  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  Nov.  1917.  O.C.  29th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  Oct.  1917.  Malta 
Aug.  1914;  France  April  1917  and  Germany  Feb.  1919.  Dispatches  March, 
and  Nov.  1918.  O.B.E.  June  1919. 

CARMICHAEL,  KENNETH  FRANCIS. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  1917 
to  May  1918,  Cadet  L/Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  May  1918. 

CARMICHAEL,  NORMAN  SCOTT. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1913.  Physician .  to 
Royal  Hospital  for  Sick  Children.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain 
July  1917 ;  Acting  Major  Aug.  1918.  Order  of  St  Sava,  June  1917. 

CARMICHAEL,  WILLIAM  ROBERT  CLARK. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  August  1915, 
Cadet,  ist  and  2nd  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut. 
July  1917  to  March  1919.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force.  France,  the  Somme 
1916.  Wounded  and  Prisoner  of  War,  Oct.  1916  to  March  1918. 

CARNON,  WILLIAM. 

M.A.  1908.     O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  1915,  Cadet.     R.F.A.  (T.),  1st  Lowland  Brigade, 
.  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Lieut.  Dec.  1916;  Acting  Captain  and  Adjutant  May  1918. 
R.G.A.  (T.),  No.  33  Scottish  Fire  Command. 

CARR,  GEORGE  JAMESON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1909  to  Oct.  1910,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy, 
Surgeon-Lieut.  Nov.  1910;  Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander.  Royal  Marine  Artillery. 

CARR,  JOHN  CECIL. 

Oliver's  Mount  School,  Scarborough.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1904;  M.R.C.P. 
(Edin.).  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1918.  O.C.  No.  4  Native  Labour  Stationary 
Hospital  (Chinese),  Rouen. 

CARROTHERS,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER.  (See  p.  748.) 

CARRUTHERS,  GEORGE  JAMES  ROGERSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  July  1917.  Salonika  1916-19. 

CARRUTHERS,  JAMES. 

Craigmount  and  Morelands.  Student  of  Law,  1894-7.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1899. 
Royal  Artillery,  Major  Oct.  1914.  Deputy  Assistant  Director  of  Artillery, 
March  1918.  M.V.O. ;  D.S.O. 

CARRUTHERS,  JOHN  FERGUSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1892  ;  M.D.  1897.     R.A.M.C,  Major  June  1918. 

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CARRUTHERS,  PETER  WALTER. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Medicine,  1906-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Royal 
Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  H.M.  Ships  Weymouth,  Goliath,  and  Pembroke. 
East  and  South  Africa  1915  ;  Mediterranean  1916;  N.  Russian  Exp.  Force. 

CARRUTHERS,  VINCENT  THEODORE. 

Tonbridge  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
1907;  Captain  1910;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918;  Major  Jan.  1919.  France  Aug. 
1914  to  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches  Nov.  1914. 

CARR-WHITE,  PERCY. 

St  Thomas's  Hospital.  M.B.,  CM.  1889;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.);  D.T.M.  (Liverpool). 
Q.E.R.,  1885-9,  Private.  Indian  Medical  Service,  1890;  Lieut.-Col.  1910;  Colonel 
June  1916.  Burma  1891-2.  N.-W.  Frontier,  India,  1897-8.  D.D.M.S.,  East 
Persian  Force,  Jan.  to  April  1919;  A.D.M.S.,  Afghan  War,  1919.  K.H.P. 

CARSON,  JOSEPH  THOMPSON. 

Cookstown  Academy;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal 
Scots,  1903-7,  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916  to 
Dec.  1918.  28th  General  Hospital,  Salonika  (Radiographer),  Nov.  1915  to  Aug. 
1918.  Serbian  Order  of  St  Sava  (5th  Class). 

CARTER,  DAVID. 

Grantchester,  Cambridge.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Oct.  1916; 
Sergeant  Jan.  1919.  Mesopotamia  May  1917;  Palestine  May  1918  to  Oct.  1919. 

CASE,  HENRY  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1893.     R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  June  1915.     8th  Manchester  Regiment. 

CASSADAY,  ERNEST  ELGIN. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  D.P.H. ;  L.D.'S.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
July  1917;  Captain  July  1918.  I29th  Field  Ambulance,  7th  Division,  Egypt. 

CASSELS,  JAMES. 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-15  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.)  1914 ; 
B.Sc.  Schoolmaster.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Benbow ;  H.M.  Mine-sweeper 
Lysanderll.  (Wireless  Operator),  March  1916;  C.P.O.  April  1918;  Warrant  Officer 
Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

CASSIDY,  LOUIS  LAWRENCE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Ireland)  1911.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain 
Oct.  1915.  3Oth  Field  Ambulance.  France  and  Salonika. 

CASSILLIS,  THE  RIGHT  HON.  THE  EARL  OF. 

Eton.  Eton  College  Vols.  1887-90,  Private.  Trinity  College,  Cambridge.  Student 
of  Law,  1895-7.  Advocate,  1897.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-2.  3rd,  1st 
and  2nd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1899;  Major  1911; 
Rejoined  Dec.  1914.  Town  Major  of  Bailleul  Dec.  1915,  and  Lassel  Dec.  1918. 
Dispatches  July  1919. 

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CATHCART,  CHARLES  WALKER. 

Loretto.  M.A.  1873  ;  M.B.,  C.M.  1878  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1880 ;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1879. 
Demonstrator  of  Anatomy  and  Lecturer  on  Clinical  Surgery.  Q.E.R.,  Colour- 
Sergeant  1869-74.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  1908.  2nd  Scottish  General 
Hospital,  1914;  Edinburgh  War  and  Edenhall  Hospitals,  1915-19.  C.B.E.  1918. 
Hon.  Associate  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem  1918. 

CATHCART,  JOHN. 

Ballymena  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  D.P.H.,  R.C.S.  &  P.  (Ireland)  1911. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  March  1917. 

CATTANACH,  DAVID  LYNEDOCH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1904.  Minister,  Church  of 
Scotland.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  June  1916 ;  Bombardier  ;  Sergeant ;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec. 
1917.  Mesopotamia. 

CATTANACH,  JAMES  ALEXANDER  JACKSON. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914,  Cadet. 
5th  and  I3th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  1915;  Lieut, 
and  Adjutant  July  1917 ;  Captain.  Attached  8th  Welsh  Labour  Corps ;  Arab 
Labour  Corps.  Gallipoli  1915;  Egypt  1915-16-  Mesopotamia  1916-18. 

CATTANACH,  JAMES  GIBSON. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain;  Lieut-Col.  July  1908.  Edinburgh 
War  Hospital. 

CATTANACH,  JOHN  RODERICK. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1913.  Schoolmaster.  ist  and  2nd  Gordon 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

CATTANACH,  JOSEPH  HARDIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1899.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Dec.  1915.  Discharged  May  1916. 
Scottish  Churches  Huts,  France,  1916-17. 

CATTO,  ROBERT. 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  July 
1917,  Cadet  L/Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  July  1917.  loth  Sherwood  Foresters, 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1917  ;  Lieut.  May  1919.  3/7th  Border  Regiment. 

CAVAYE,  ROBERT  McLELLAND. 

George  Heriot's  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  ist  and  2nd  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan. 
1917;  Lieut.  July  1918.  Attached  2nd  King's  Liverpool  Regiment ;  ist  Seaforth 
Highlanders.  India  and  Mesopotamia  June  to  Dec.  1917 ;  Egyptian  Exp.  Force, 
1918-19. 

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CAVAYE,  RONALD  J. 

Charterhouse.  Student  of  Law,  1909.  Chartered  Accountant,  1913.  ist  and 
3rd  Cameron  Highlanders,  Captain  1911.  France  Oct.  to  Nov.  1914  and  Jan.  to 
Sept.  1918.  Wounded  Nov.  1914.  M.B.E.  May  1919. 

CAVERHILL,  AUSTIN  MACK. 

Clifton  Bank,  St  Andrews.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1916;  D.T.M.  (Liverpool). 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1917;  Captain  March  1918;  Acting  Major  April  1918. 
52nd  Field  Ambulance.  Dispatches  March  1919. 

CAVERHILL,  THOMAS  PEARSON. 

Clifton  Bank,  St  Andrews.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Captain  Nov.  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse. 
No.  2  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  June  1916. 

CHALIHA,  LAKSHMI  PRASAD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14;  L. M.S. N.  (Calcutta)  1895;  D.P.H. ;  F.R.C.P.  &  S. 
(Edin.).  Indian  Field  Ambulance. 

CHALLINOR,  ARTHUR  BERTRAM. 

University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  to  May,  1917  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force  and 
Rifle  Brigade,  Cadet.  Taken  Prisoner  on  27th  May  1918. 

CHALMERS,  ADAM. 

Student  of  Law,  1907-11.  Chartered  Accountant,  1911.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

CHALMERS,  JAMES. 

M.A.,  B.Sc.  1902.     Schoolmaster,     isth  Royal  Scots,  Sergeant. 

CHALMERS,  THOMAS. 

M.A.  1911.  Schoolmaster.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914;  Officer  Cadet. 
4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain.  France. 
Wounded  at  Festubert  May  1915. 

CHALMERS,  THOMAS  EDWARD  BAIN. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  B.Sc.  1910;  M.I.A.E.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1904  to  Jan.  1910, 
Cadet ;  transferred  Engineer  Unit,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain  Oct.  1918.  I2th  M.A.C.  Aug.  1915. 
Tank  Corps,  Jan.  1917.  France  Sept.  1915  to  April  1919;  Loos  1915,  Arras,  third 
Ypres,  and  Cambrai  1917.  M.C.  Aug.  1917. 

CHALMERS,  WILLIAM  KENNEDY. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Jan. 
1915. 

CHAMBERS,  JAMES. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-12.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1911  to  Feb.  1913,  Cadet,  and 
Medical,  April  1913  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Captain  ;  Acting  Major.  M.C. 

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CHAMBERS,  ROBERT  ALEXANDER. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal 
Scots,  1901-4,  Private.  Indian  Medical  Service  Sept.  1906,  Captain  Sept.  1909; 
Major  Sept.  1918.  Mesopotamia  Feb.  1916  and  Nov.  1917;  India  March  1917 
and  1919.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Feb.  1919.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918. 

CHAMBERS,  WALTER  DUNCANSON. 

M.A.  1906;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1913.  O.T.C  Artillery,  Oct.  1908-9, 
Cadet.  Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers  Sept.  1914,  Captain  Nov.  1914.  R.A.M.C., 
Captain  June  1915.  No.  8  Stationary  Hospital,  France.  Dispatches  Dec.  1916. 

CHAMPENOIS,  JULIEN  JACQUES. 

Lycee  de  Nevers  and  Paris  University.  M.A.  1908.  B.  Litt.  (Oxford).  Lecturer. 
1 3th  Regiment  d'Infanterie  (French  Army),  Corporal  Aug.  1914  ;  Lieut.  1915. 

CHANDLER,  FREDERICK  CHARLES. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1909  to 
Nov.  1911,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut;  Captain  April  1918;  Major.  62nd 
Field  Ambulance,  France.  M.C. 

CHAPMAN,  EDWARD  SEYMOUR. 

Sherbourn.  Student  of  Medicine.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901,  and  M.D.  (Glasg.)  1905  ; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915. 

CHAPMAN,  OSMUND  HARRY. 

Old  Clee  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1905;  D.P.H.  (Manchester) 
1905.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Oct.  1908,  Major  April  1916.  4th  Northern  General 
Hospital,  Lincoln. 

CHAPMAN,  PHILIP  FRANCIS. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1894.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Major;  Lieut-Col.  July  1917. 

CHAPMAN,  WILLIAM  NOEL  JAMES. 

Falkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-19.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon 
Sub-Lieut.  May  1918. 

CHARLESWORTH,  FRANCIS. 

Blairlodge.  M.B.,  C.M.  1882.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut,  and  Captain  1915;  Major 
May  1916. 

CHARNOCK,  JOHN  PHETHEAN. 

Bolton  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1910;  Captain 
Sept.  1914 ;  Acting  Major  Aug.  1918.  Mesopotamia.  Dispatches  1919. 

CHASSEAUD,  HENRY  MAURICE. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1890;  M.D.  1892.  R.A.M.C,  Major  Sept.  1915;  Lieut-Col.  Nov. 
1917. 

CHATTERJEE,  SISIR  CHANDRA. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  Indian  Exp. 
Force. 


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CHAUDHURI,  MANMATHA  NATH. 

Krishnagar  School  and  Presidency  College,  Calcutta.  First  XI.  M.B.,  C.M.  1897. 
Indian  Medical  Service,  1899;  Major  1911;  Lieut.-Col.  July  1919.  Mesopotamia 
Aug.  1915  to  May  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1916  and  Nov.  1917. 

CHESSOR,  GEORGE  CLINTON. 

Fraserburgh  Academy ;  Athletics.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  June 
1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  3/ist  Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut. 
Feb.  1918;  Staff  Captain  Nov.  1918.  Mesopotamia.  Staff  Officer  to  C.R.A., 
Fraser's  Force,  Kurdistan  Operations,  1919. 

CHEVES,  ALEXANDER  BRUCE. 

Sutton  Valence;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Aug.  1915.  Dispatches  June  1916.  M.C.  Jan.  1917. 

CHEW,  WILLIAM  ROGER. 

M.B.  (Rons.)  (Cape  of  Good  Hope).  M.B.,  C.M.  1887.  South  African  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  March  1915  ;  German  South  West  Africa.  Union  Central  African 
Imperial  Service  Contingent,  Sept.  1915.  Dispatches  1915.  Invalided  out  March 
1918. 

CHEYNE,  SIR  WILLIAM  WATSON,  BART.,  M.P. 

New  Grammar  School,  Aberdeen.  M.B.,  C.M.  1875 ;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1879. 
Royal  Navy,  Consulting  Surgeon  1914;  Surgeon-General  1915;  Surgeon  Rear- 
Admiral  1918.  K.C.M.G.  C.B. 

CHIENE,  GEORGE  LYALL. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  C.M.  1897;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) 
1901.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  July  1908; 
Acting  Major  May  to  Oct.  1918.  58th  Scottish  General  Hospital,  France,  and 
2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital. 

CHILD,  ARMANDO  DUMAS. 

Ware  College  and  Sevenoaks  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  D.P.H.  (Lond.). 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Sept.  1914.  igth  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  Lahore,  1914-16, 
Specialist  Sanitary  Officer.  Camiers  Jan.  1916;  Etaples  June  1917.  Dispatches 
May  and  Nov.  1918.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

CHILDS,  TOM  WILLIAM  JAMES. 

Wellington  College,  New  Zealand.  First  XV.  College  Rifles  1905-7,  Corporal. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1909-10,  Cadet  Corporal.  N.Z.  Army 
Medical  Corps,  Captain  Jan.  1917.  Egypt.  Dispatches  1917. 

CHILL,  EDWIN  ALBERT. 

King's  College  School,  London.  M.B.,  C.M.  1883;  M.D.  1886.  Q.E.R.,  1879-83. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain.  O.C.  Clive  Military  Hospital,  Southall.  Seconded  to 
County  of  London  R.A.S.C.  (V.).  Assistant  County  Director,  Middlesex  Red 
Cross.  O.B.E.  June  1918. 

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CHISHOLM,  ALEXANDER  ERNEST. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1909.  Anatomy  Staff, 
1911-14.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1915.  I5th  Casualty 
Clearing  Station,  France. 

CHISHOLM,  ALEXANDER  FRASER. 

M.A.  1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1909  to  Feb.  1913,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.) 
Nov.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France. 

CHISHOLM,  COLIN  CARSTAIRS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1908-9.  Gold  Coast  Regiment 
(Transport),  Captain  Aug.  1914.  Surrender  of  Togoland. 

CHISHOLM,  JOHN. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914  ; 
Captain  Dec.  1915. 

CHISHOLM,  RODERICK. 

Kingussie  School.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders  (T.),  Private  1909-13.  Student  of 
Arts,  1912-14.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  April  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916; 
Lieut.  May  1918;  Acting  Captain  March  1918;  Captain  Nov.  1918.  7th  Cameron 
Highlanders.  Transferred  Labour  Corps  July  1918.  France. 

CHODAK,  HENRY  ALEXIS. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14  and  1919;  M.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P.  (Eng.)  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  I5th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1918.  M.C.  Nov.  1918. 

CHOYCE,  CHARLES  COLEY. 

New  Zealand  Schools.  B.Sc.  (N.Z.)  1897;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1903;  F.R.C.S. 
(Eng.)  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  April  1915;  Major  May  1915;  Lieut.-Col. 
1917;  Colonel  Sept.  1918.  O.C.  Surgical  Division,  I9th  General  Hospital, 
1915-17;  Consulting  Surgeon,  Egyptian  Exp.  Force,  1917-19.  Dispatches  1915, 

1917,  and  1918.     C.M.G.  and  C.B.E.  (Military)  1919. 

CHRISTIE,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM  STARK. 

Fettes.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Captain  Dec.  191$;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918  to  March  1919.  Dispatches  May 

1918.  Croix  de  Guerre  (French)  Dec.  1918. 

CHRISTIE,  DAVID  HAMILTON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1899.  Schoolmaster.  No.  6  (McGill)  o/s  Battery, 
Siege  Artillery,  Canadian  Exp.  Force,  Q.M.S.  May  1916.  France  March  1917  to 
Dec.  1918;  Vimy  Ridge,  Hill  70,  Passchendaele  1917;  Arras,  Mons,  1918.  Khaki 
University  of  Canada,  Jan.  to  July  1919. 

CHRISTIE,  DUNCAN. 

M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  2/8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain 
June  1916. 

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CHRISTIE,  GRAHAM  WILSON. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Medical,  June  1910  to  July  1913, 
Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916.  loth  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  I2th  East  Surrey  Regiment,  and  i4Oth  Field  Ambulance.  France 
Oct.  1915  ;  The  Rhine.  Wounded  Sept.  1918.  M.C.  Sept.  1918. 

CHRISTIE,  IAN  FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-13.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1915-16,  Cadet.  2/ist  Scottish  Horse,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916.  I.A.R.O., 
Lieut.  Nov.  1917.  India  1917-18.  Egypt  1918-19. 

CHRISTIE,  JAMES  MALCOLM. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).     R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Oct.  1917. 

CHRISTIE,  JULIA  VERONICA  (n/e  HENSLOW). 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  Red  Cross  1916.  Auxiliary,  R.A.M.C.,  attached  Q.M.A.A.C., 
Nov.  1916.  Monyhull  Military  Hospital,  Birmingham.  Medical  Controller, 
Q.M.A.A.C.,  Birmingham  and  Midlands,  Sept.  1917.  Brocton  and  Rafety  Camps. 
Stafford,  March  1919.  W.R.A.F.  Hostels. 

CHRISTIE,  R.  M. 

Student  of  Science.     I3th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Captain. 

CHRISTIE,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  KYNOCH. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1902.  Indian  Army,  I2th  Cavalry,  2nd  Lieut.; 
Lieut.  April  1916.  Attached  Royal  Engineers.  India  June  1915. 

CHRISTIE,  WILLIAM  FRANCIS. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1905-8, 
Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1912;  Captain  March  1915;  D.A.D.M.S.  and  Acting 
Major  May  1918;  Brevet-Major  1919.  Singapore  Sept.  1915.  Twice  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches. 

CHRISTIE,  WILLIAM  LESLIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1903;  LL.B.  1906.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1907,  and 
Notary  Public.  R.G.A.,  I7th  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  June 
1916;  Acting  Captain  March  1918;  Acting  Major.  France  Aug.  1915  and 
May  1916. 

CHRISTIE,  WILLIAM  MELVILLE. 

Dollar  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  1911  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  British  Red  Cross  Society,  France 
(Dresser),  Nov.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Captain  March  1917.  Prisoner 
of  War  March  to  Dec.  1918. 

CHRISTY,  CUTHBERT. 

Oliver's  Mount  School,  Scarborough.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  Mackenzie  Bursaries  in 
Anatomy.  Assistant  Demonstrator  in  Pathology.  2nd  Battn.  West  African 
Field  Force,  Northern  Nigeria,  1898-1900.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  Nov.  1916. 
East  African  Exp.  Force  1917;  Mesopotamia  1918. 


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CHRYSTAL,  JOHN  MURRAY. 

Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Nov.  1912  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet 
Sergeant  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914. 

CHURCH,  DUNCAN  MACDONALD  COCHRANE. 

Loretto.  M.B.,  Ch.B.,  1904.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Feb.  1906,  Major.  Attached 
7th  Hariana  Lancers,  Indian  Exp.  Force.  N.-W.F.P.,  India;  Mesopotamia  and 
Palestine.  Wounded  in  Mesopotamia  April  1915. 

CHURCHILL,  EDWARD  ARCHIBALD  HICKLING. 

Clifton  College  ;  First  XV.     O.T.C.  1906-8.     Student  of  Science,  1910-14 ;  B.Sc. 

1914.  Boxing  "  Blue."     5th  Somerset  Light  Infantry  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  June  1916;  Acting   Major   1918.      Attached   Indian    Army.      Mohmand 
Campaign,  N.-W.  Frontier,  and  Aden.     O.C.  33rd  Division,  Signal  Coy.,  Sappers 
and  Miners.     Baluchistan  Field  Force  1919. 

CLARK,  ALEXANDER  FRASER  MACDONALD. 

M.A.  1901;  B.Sc.     R.F.A.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.     R.E.,   March    1915.     France  June 

1915.  Wounded  Sept.  1915. 

CLARK,  ALEXANDER  LANDALE. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1913-15.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1918-19. 
i/ist  Highland  Cyclist  Battn.  (T.),  Jan.  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  Feb. 
1918.  Invalided  out  Jan.  1919. 

CLARK,  ALLAN  E.  L. 

Clerk,  Works'  Office.  5th  and  nth  Royal  Scots,  Private  July  1914;  Corporal  and 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  March  1917;  Captain  April  1917.  France. 
Wounded  June  1917.  Invalided  out  June  1919. 

CLARK,  ARTHUR  GRUCHY. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914 
to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1916.  76th 
Field  Ambulance,  8th  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regiment  and  2nd  South  Lancashire 
Regiment.  Prisoner  of  War  in  Germany  April  to  Dec.  1918.  M.C. 

CLARK,  ARTHUR  STIRLING. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-14  and  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Nov.  1914, 
Cadet.  R.G.A.,  85th  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Acting  Captain  Dec. 
1916;  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Acting  Major  April  1918.  France  May  1916. 

CLARK,  COLIN  FRASER  MACDUFF. 

University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1917-18,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet,  May 
1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

CLARK,  EDWARD  JAMES. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-16.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1917.  France  1916.  M.C.  Nov.  1917. 

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CLARK,  EDWIN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1914-16,  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1916-17  and  1918-19.  9th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Private  April  1917. 
Royal  Air  Force,  Lieut. 

CLARK,  ERNEST  SHAW. 

M.B.,  CM.  1889.     R.A.M.C.,  Major;  Lieut-Col.  March  1915. 

CLARK,  FRANCIS  WILLIAM. 

Nelson  School,  Wigton,  Cumberland ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1911-14,  Cadet  L/Corporal, 
and  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1916; 
Captain  May  1917.  M.O.,  i/8th  Scottish  Rifles.  Mesopotamia,  Egypt,  Palestine, 
and  France.  M.C.  (Rheims)  Aug.  1918. 

CLARK,  GEORGE  PAGAN. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1907-9.  Student  of  Arts,  1917, 
i/ist  Fife  and  Forfar  Yeomanry  (Signaller),  Sept.  1914. 

CLARK,  GILBERT. 

Rutherford  College,  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  B.Sc.  1912.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov. 
1914;  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Acting  Captain  June  1917;  Acting  Major  Nov.  1917; 
Captain  Feb.  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1916. 

CLARK,  HERBERT  ERLAND  FORDYCE. 

Royal  High  School ;  First  XL  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  Lothians  and  Border 
Horse,  Private,  Oct.  1914.  9th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  September  1916;  Lieut. 
March  1918.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force-  Wounded  in  France  Jan.  1918. 

CLARK,  HERBERT  WILLIAM. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1909-11.  Law  Agent,  1913.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  March  1909  to  July  1915,  Cadet  Sergeant.  4th  Highland  Light 
Infantry  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  R.E.  1917.  Wireless 
Officer,  2nd  Corps.  France  and  The  Rhine. 

CLARK,  JAMES  AITKEN. 

M.B.,  CM.  1886.     R.A.M.C  (T.),  Major.     $th  Royal  Scots. 

CLARK,  JAMES  NEIL  CAMPBELL. 

George  Watson's  College;  Dux.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1916-17,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  July 
I9I7-  95th  Brigade,  2ist  Division.  France  Oct.  1917  to  July  1918.  Gassed. 

CLARK,  JAMES  THOMSON  DORAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  4th,  9th,  and  loth  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  France.  4th  Tank  Battn.  Dec.  1916 
to  Jan.  1919. 

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CLARK,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  CM.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  May  1915.  O.C.  28th  Ambulance  Train. 
France. 

CLARK,  JOHN  LAIDLOW. 

Whitehaven  County  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-19. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1917  to  May  1918,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  4th  Border 
Regiment,  May  1918.  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

CLARK,  KATHERINE  JANE  STARK. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  M.D.  1907;  D.P.H.  1906.  R.A.M.C.  (Aux.) ;  attached 
Q.M.A.A.C.,  Medical  Controller,  1917.  Travelling  Medical  Boards,  1917. 
President,  Medical  Boards,  Scottish  Command,  1919. 

CLARK,  STEPHEN  FRAZER. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  C.M.  1885;  D.P.H. 
(Ireland)  1902.  Army  Medical  Service,  1887;  Lieut.-Col. ;  Colonel  and 
A.D.M.S.  March  1915.  France  1914-15.  Attached  Royal  Serbian  Army, 
1916-18.  Dispatches  Oct.  1914.  Order  of  St  Sava,  3rd  Class  (Serbia);  Croix 
de  Guerre  (French) ;  Officier  de  la  Legion  d'Honneur. 

CLARK,  WALTER  SCOTT. 

M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1909.  Oxford  University  O.T.C.  7th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Attached 
4th  South  Wales  Borderers.  France;  Mesopotamia  Jan.  1917;  India. 

CLARK,  WILLIAM  CARRIE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1912-15;  M.A.  1912. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  Nov.  1917.  Commandant,  Fao,  Persian  Gulf. 

CLARK,  WILLIAM  MORRISON. 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14  and  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
1913-14,  Cadet.  i/9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  ist  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  March  1917;  Acting  Captain  Aug. 
1918.  France  Feb.  to  Nov.  1915,  and  Aug.  1918;  Salonika  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1917. 
Wounded  Sept.  1916. 

CLARKE,  ANDREW  ROBERT  FAUSSET. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut; 
Captain  Jan.  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  Med.  Exp.  Force. 

CLARKE,  CHARLES  MELVILLE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  Aug.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet,  nth  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  Aug.  1916. 

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CLARKE,  FREDERICK  ORLANDO. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  M.D.  1917.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March 
1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1919.  M.C.  Sept.  1918;  Bar  to  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

CLARKE,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Elgin  Academy  and  Kingussie  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1906-14; 
M.A.  1914.  Universites  de  Dijon  and  Grenoble,  Faculte  de  Lettres,  Diplomas 
Superieures.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan. 
1916;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Regimental  Gas  Officer,  Inchkeith,  1917.  France. 
Invalided  home  Oct.  1918. 

CLARKE,  JAMES  HAY. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1918-19; 
M.A.  1916.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  359th 
Siege  Battery,  Gunner  Sept.  1915;  Gunnery  Instructor  Sept.  1916;  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918. 

CLARKE,  ROBERT  RENDEL. 

Student  of  Science,  1915-16  and  1918-19.     R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Sapper  May 

1916.  France  July  1916  to  Dec.  1918. 

CLARKE,  THOMAS  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Medical  1910-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  Lieut. 
May  1914;  Captain  April  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  France  Aug.  1914  to 
Nov.  1919.  Wounded  March  1915  and  March  1918.  M.C.  March  1915  ;  Bar  to 
M.C.  Feb.  1919.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

CLARKE,  WILLIAM  BRIGGS. 

Harrison  College,  Barbados.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  June  1917. 
Cross  Channel  Hospital  Ship. 

CLAYTON,  NEVILLE  MORRISON. 

Gateshead  School ;  First  XL,  Football.  Student  of  Science,  1917  and  1919. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  Sept.  1917,  Cadet.  3rd  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private 
Oct.  1917.  3rd  Border  Regiment  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1918.  Wounded  at 
Courtrai  Oct.  1918  and  invalided  out. 

CLEEVES,  FREDERICK  ROBERT. 

Welshpool    Grammar  School.      University  O.T.C.   Infantry,  Dec.    1916   to  June 

1917,  Cadet  L/Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  June  1917.     6th  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps, 
2nd   Lieut.    Sept.    1917 ;    Lieut.    March    1919.      France    Nov.    1917.      Dispatches 
July   1919. 

CLEGHORN,  ALFRED  MAXWELL. 

Dundee  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1911-14,  Cadet.  R.E.,  City  of  Dundee  Fortress  (T.), 
Sapper  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant  1915;  Lieut.  May  1915;  Acting  Captain  Dec. 
1917  to  July  1919.  205th  Field  Coy.  France  Jan.  1916  to  July  1919.  Dispatches 
Dec.  1917  and  June  1918.  Croix  de  Guerre  (Belgium)  April  1918.  M.C.  June  1919. 

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CLEGHORN,  JOHN  SMITH. 

Dundee  High  School.  B.Sc.  1911.  A.M.I.C.E.  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915; 
Lieut.  June  1916.  i/2nd  and  4Oist  Highland  Field  Coy.  (T.).  Resident 
Engineer,  Turnberry  Aerodrome.  France,  5ist  Division,  1916  and  1917. 

CLELAND,  ALEXANDER. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1915  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  July  1917.  Italy. 

CLEMENTS,  JOHN  BURTON. 

Liverpool  Institute.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  i/ioth  King's  Liverpool 
Scottish,  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Dispatches  May  1917. 

CLEMENTS,  THOMAS  EDWIN. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1911-15; 
B.Sc.  1919.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  ist  Lowland 
Brigade  (T.).  India,  Mesopotamia,  Palestine,  and  France.  M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

CLEPHANE,  WALTER  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1912-13.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  Gunner 
Jan.  1915  ;  Bombardier  Sept.  1917.  Invalided  from  Sinai  Peninsula,  Aug.  1916. 

CLIFT,  HARRY  LECHMERE. 

Eastbourne  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917; 
Captain  May  1918.  France. 

CLIVE,  EDWARD  A.  B. 

Haileybury.  University  O.T.C.,  Adjutant  1908-12.  Seaforth  Highlanders,  1898 ; 
Captain  1904.  South  African  Campaign,  1898-1901.  3rd  Grade  Staff  Officer,  War 
Office,  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Grade  G.S.O.  Sept.  1915. 

CLOW,  ANDREW  W.  BROWN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1899-1904.  Scottish  Horse  (T.), 
Private. 

CLUNESS,  ANDREW  THOMAS. 

Anderson  Institute,  Lerwick ;  Athletics.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1913.  School- 
master. O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1910  to  June  1912,  Cadet.  ist  Cameron 
Highlanders,  Private  March  1915;  L/Corporal  July  1916;  Corporal  Dec.  1917. 
Machine-Gun  Corps,  1916-19.  Wounded  at  Loos,  June  1916  ;  High  Wood,  Sept. 
1916;  near  Ypres,  Aug.  1917  ;  and  Offoy  near  Ham,  March  1918.  M.M.  Aug.  1917. 

CLYDE,  JAMES  LATHAM  McDIARMID. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  L/Corporal.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917,  Cadet ;  Officer  Cadet  March  1917.  Forth  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917 ; 
Lieut.  March  1918. 

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COATES,  JOHN  MANDALL. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  1899.  South  African  Field 
Force,  1900-2,  Civil  Surgeon.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  May  1915.  Hon.  Associate, 
Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem. 

COATES,  NORMAN. 

Student  of  Science,  1913-14.     Army  Dispatch  Rider.     France. 

COATS,  HECTOR  WILLIAM. 

University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  to  Sept.  1918,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Midshipman, 
Sept.  1918. 

COATS,  JOHN  DUNDAS  ORR.     (See  p.  748.) 

COATS,  WILLIAM  ANDERSON. 

Royal  High  School.     Student   of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.     O.T.C. 

Medical,  Nov.  1909-11,  Cadet.     R.A.M.C.,  62nd  Field  Ambulance,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ; 

Captain  Feb.  1916.     R.M.O.,  loth  Essex  Regiment,  gth  Leicestershire  Regiment, 

1916,  2/5th    King's  Own  Yorkshire    Light   Infantry,    1917-18,  and   8th  Cornwall 

Regiment,  1918-19.     S.M.O.,  Sollum,  Egypt.     Wounded  July  1916  and  Sept.  1918. 
COBB,  WILLIAM  GRAHAME. 

Rugby.     M.B.,   Ch.B.    1907.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.    Sept.    1915;    Captain    Feb.    1918. 

M.O.  (G.L.),  attached  West  African  Field  Force,  Cameroons,  and  Royal  African 

Rifles.     France  and  East  Africa.     D.S.O.  Oct.  1918. 

COCHRAN,  ROBERT  MICHAEL. 

Dollar  Academy.  Cadet  Corps  1902-8.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14.  R.F.A.  (T.), 
Gunner  Sept.  1910.  Mobilised  Sept.  1915.  R.G.A.,  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

COCHRAN-PATRICK,  NEIL  JAMES  KENNEDY. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Camb.),  LL.B.  1890.  J.P.  and  D.L.  (Ayrshire). 
Advocate,  1890.  2/4th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers  (T.)  Oct.  1914,  Captain.  Appeal 
Military  Representative  for  Renfrew  and  Bute,  March  1916  to  Dec.  1918.  M.B.E. 
Nov.  1918. 

COCHRANE,  ALEXANDER  YOUNGER  PEATTIE. 

Bo'ness  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1910-14 
and  1918-19;  M.A.  1913.  R.N.V.R.,  Lieut.  1915.  Attached  Hood  Battn.,  63rd 
Royal  Naval  Division.  Wounded  and  Gassed  Feb.  1917. 

COCHRANE,  ANDREW. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915; 
Captain  June  1916. 

COCHRANE,  CHARLES  WILLIAM. 

Morgan  Academy,  Dundee.  B.Sc.  1898.  Volunteers  1898-1908.  Territorial  Force 
from  1908.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  A.S.C.,  Sist  Highland  Division,  Major  and O.C. 
April  1915  ;  Lieut-Col.  June  1916.  Senior  Mechanical  Transport  Officer  Aug.  1917. 
France  April  1915.  Lent  to  American  Forces,  July  to  Dec.  1918.  Dispatches 
Jan.  1916  and  June  1918.  D.S.O.  June  1918.  T.D.  June  1919. 

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COCHRANE,  EDWARD  ASHLEY. 

University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet.  4th  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut.  July  1917.  Attached  5th  Royal  Warwickshire 
Regiment.  Croce  di  Guerra  Dec.  1918.  Dispatches  April  1918. 

COCHRANE,  WALLACE  KENNETH. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  2nd  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917; 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  Attached  I2th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  1919. 
France  1917;  Constantinople  1919.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Oct.  1917,  and  Arras 
Sept.  1918. 

COCHRANE,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.) 
1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1911  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
Dec.  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  M.O.,  9th  Leicestershire  Regiment,  1916. 
Orthopaedic  Surgeon,  Edinburgh  War  Hospital,  1917. 

COCHRANE,  WILLIAM  T. 

Ayr  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-11.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private.  5th 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1918;  Temp.  Captain 
Jan.  1919.  Egypt.  Dispatches  March  1918. 

COCKS,  HORACE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1882.  Demonstrator  of  Pathology,  1883.  Q.E.R.  1879-83,  Private. 
R.A.M.C.,  1886,  Lieut-Col.  (Retired).  Mobilised  Jan.  1916.  S.M.O.,  Cardiff,  to 
Nov.  1917.  Transferred  to  National  Service  as  D.C.M.S.  to  March  1919. 

COETZEE,  CORNELIUS  HERMANUS  HUBERTUS. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1912  to 
Oct.  1914,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914. 

COGHLAN,  EDWARD  FRANCIS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  M.D.  1914;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.),  and  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1899. 
R.A.M.C. 

COGHLAN,  GERALD  SPENCER. 

Ratcliffe  College,  Leicester.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1901. 
No.  4  Coy.  Q.E.R. V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1897-1900,  Private.  South  African  Medical 
Corps.  Boer  War,  1901-2.  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  June  1917.  Med.  Exp.  Force. 

COHEN,  ASHER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.     South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  April  1916. 

COLEMAN,  ALBERT. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1887.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut-Col.  Feb.  1915. 

COLES,  WILLIAM  EDWARD  KYTE. 

Berkhamsted.  Cadet  Corps,  1906-8.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-12.  L.M.S.S.A. 
(Lond.)  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909-10,  and  Medical  June  1910  to  March 
1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Sept  1915. 

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COLLIE,  JAMES. 

Brechin  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15.  R.F.A.  (T.),  Gunner  Aug.  1915  ; 
Sergeant  June  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917;  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  No.  13  Mountain 
Battery,  R.G.A. 

COLLIE,  LESLIE. 

Brechin  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  R.E.,  Sapper 
April  1917.  Attached  Field  Survey  Coy. 

COLLIER,  DAVID  ERIC. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1914-15.  R.E.  (Special 
Coy.),  Corporal  July  1915.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917  ;  Lieut.  Nov.  1918. 
2i4th  Siege  Battery.  M.C.  May  1918. 

COLLIER,  HOWARD  EBENEZER. 

Reading  School ;  Athletics.  Cadet  Corps  1903-7,  Sergeant.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  May  1916.  ist  Gloucestershire  Regiment 
and  2nd  King's  Royal  Rifle  Corps.  Med.  Exp.  Force.  M.C.  July  1919. 

COLLIER,  J.  W.  P. 

George  Watson's  College;  O.T.C.  1909-13,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.G.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  1915.  France  April  1915  to  Dec.  1916. 

COLLINSON,  ARTHUR  GORE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-13.  M.A.  (Hons. 
Classics)  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  1910  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  6th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  Oct.  1914  to  Jan.  1917.  2nd  and  nth  Royal 
Scots  Fusiliers  to  Sept.  1917.  France. 

COLLINSON,  WALTER  JULIUS. 

Elizabeth  College,  Guernsey.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  D.T.M.  (Liverpool).  Indian 
Medical  Service,  Sept.  1902  ;  Major  March  1914.  No.  6  Indian  General  Hospital, 
Cairo,  Sept.  to  Dec.  1914.  Attached  No.  5  Indian  General  Hospital,  Alexandria, 
Dec.  1914  to  June  1916. 

COLMAN,  HORACE  CRAKANTHORP. 

Bishop's  Stortford  College  ;  First  XI.  M.B.,  CM.  1896;  M.D.  1900.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Jan.  1900;  Captain  April  1907;  Major  Aug.  1914.  T.D.  1919. 

COLOMBOS,  DEMETRIUS. 

Lyceum,  Malta.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1917;  Acting  Major  and  Registrar. 
Constantinople. 

COLWELL,  ERIC  RICHARD. 

Trowbridge  High  School  and  Chester-le-Street  School.  First  XI.  Student  of 
Science,  1918.  Durham  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb.  to  April  1917,  Cadet 
L/Corporal.  i/5th  York  and  Lancaster  Regiment,  Private  Oct.  1916;  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1917;  Lieut.  March  1919.  Wounded  April  1918. 

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COMBE,  ARTHUR  CHARLES. 

Edinburgh  Academy 'and  Loretto.  Student  of  Law,  1909-11.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist 
Lowland  Brigade,  Lieut. ;  Captain  June  1916.  i/4th  Wessex  Brigade,  India, 
Dec.  1914.  55th  Brigade,  Mesopotamia,  Sept.  1916;  Poona  Nov.  1918. 

COMRIE,  JOHN  DIXON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1894;  B.Sc.  1897;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1910. 
Lecturer  on  History  of  Medicine  and  Clinical  Medicine.  R.A.M.C.,  Dec.  1904; 
Major  July  1909;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  May  1918;  Lieut-Col.,  May  1919.  73rd 
General  Hospital,  France.  North  Russian  Force,  Consulting  Physician,  1919. 

COMRIE,  THOMAS. 

University    O.T.C.    Infantry,  Nov.    1915    to    Jan.     1916,    Cadet.      7th    Gordon 

Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;    Lieut.  March  1917.     5ist  Division,  France. 

Royal  Air  Force,  July  1918.  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

CONDER,  ARCHIBALD  FRANCIS  REIGNIER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1904.  University  Battery, 
E.C.A.V.,  1897-1902,  Gunner.  Auxiliary  R.C.  Hospital,  1914-17.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918.  logth  Field  Ambulance,  36th  (Ulster) 
Division;  loth  Corps,  Sept.  1918.  M.C.  Dec.  1918. 

CONDIE,  HARRY  HUTCHISON. 

Buckhaven   School.     Student  of  Medicine,  1916.     R.E.   (Special    Coy.),   Pioneer 

April  1917. 
CONDIE,  ROBERT  M.     (See  p.  748.) 

CONNELL,  ALEXANDER. 

M.A.  1886;  B.D.  1890.  Presbyterian  Minister.  Chaplain,  loth  King's  Liverpool 
Regiment  (Liverpool  Scottish)  (T.),  April  1908.  Major  1919. 

CONNELL,  CHARLES  GIBSON. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Law,  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to 
Nov.  1917,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  May 
1918.  Salonika  Aug.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

CONNELL,  ERNEST  H. 

Merchiston  Castle ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  May  1915.  Attached  Indian  Medical  Service,  6th 
Meerut  Division.  Mesopotamia  Jan.  1916  to  March  1917. 

CONNELL,  J.  C.  W. 

University  O.T.C.,  Adjutant  July  1913  to  Aug.  1914.  2nd  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  Captain;  Major  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.-Col.  France  1914.  D.S.O. 
Dispatches. 

CONNELL,  ROBERT  MACNAUGHTON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1912  14.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914,  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting 
Captain  Jan.  1918.  France.  Wounded  at  Kemmel,  April  1918.  M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

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CONNOLLY,  JAMES  HARRIS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.).  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Dec.  1915. 
Surgical  Specialist,  2/2nd  London  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  France,  1917. 

CONNOR,  JOHN. 

Pathology  Department.  2nd  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Aug.  1905.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914,  Private;  Corporal  March  1916;  Acting  Sergeant  Oct.  1916.  France  1914. 

CONSlDINE,  HUGH  HERBERT. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1902-5,  Sergeant.  B.A.  (Camb.). 
Student  of  Law,  1909-12.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1912.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1917.  France  March  1916  to  Sept.  1917;  Beaumont 
Hamel,  Oct.  1916;  Arras,  Bullecourt,  third  Ypres,  Vimy  Ridge,  and  Monchy,  1917. 
Attached  Board  of  Trade,  Timber  Supply  Department,  Jan.  1918  to  March  1919. 

CONSTABLE,  ANDREW  HENDERSON  BRIGGS. 

Dollar  Academy.  M.A.  1884;  LL.B.  1887.  King's  Counsel,  Sheriff  of  Caithness, 
Orkney,  and  Zetland,  1908.  General  Service  Recruiting,  Captain,  March  1916. 

COOK,  ADRIAN  HENRY. 

Rugby.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1910-11.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  to 
Oct.  1914,  Cadet,  nth  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1914;  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  March  1916.  France.  Dispatches  June  1916 
and  March  1919. 

COOK,  ALAN  GIBB. 

Royal  High  School.  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
July  1915;  Captain  July  1916;  Acting  Major  April  1918.  nth  Middlesex 
Regiment,  and  36th  Field  Ambulance.  M.C. 

COOK,  DUNCAN. 

Otago  High  School,  New  Zealand ;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1905-7.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-17  and  1919-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917;  M.D.  1920;  M.R.C.P.  Feb.  1920. 
Demonstrator  in  Anatomy.  O.T.C.  Medical,  March  1915-17,  Cadet  Corporal. 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.,  April  1918.  Mine-sweeping  Service. 

COOK,  FREDERICK  SQUIRES. 

St  Paul's,  Cambridge.  B.Sc.  1894.  5th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Captain  Feb. 
1916.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914. 

COOK,  HENRY  PATTULLO. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1911.  Indian  Medical 
Service,  Feb.  1906;  Captain  Feb.  1909;  Major  Aug.  1917.  India. 

COOK,  JAMES  ALEXANDER  LUMSDEN. 

Marist  Brothers'  College,  Johannesburg.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18 ; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1916,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon-Probationer,  Feb.  1916;  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.,  July  1918  to 
Aug.  1919. 

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COOK,  JOHN. 

M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1861;  L.S.A.  (Lond.)  1863;  M.D.  1865;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1871. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut-Col. 

COOK,  JOHN  BURTON. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917; 
Captain  June  1918. 

COOKE-TAYLOR,  CHARLES  RALPH. 

Fettes.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1906.  Barrister  at  Law.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1917  to  July  1918,  Cadet.  Serbian  Relief  Fund.  Serbian 
Army  Jan.  1915,  Hon.  Lieut.  June  1915. 

COOKSON,  HENRY  ANSTEY. 

Clifton  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) ;  D.P.H.  (Camb.  with 
Distinction).  Anatomy  Staff,  1913.  Hockey  and  Cricket  "Blue."  Hockey 
International.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  July  1915;  Major 
April  1917.  i/6th  London  Field  Ambulance.  I2th  and  55th  General 
Hospitals.  France,  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1919. 

COOPER,  CHARLES  GORDON  TOWERS. 

Charterhouse.  O.T.C.  1908-12,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  R.E. 
(T.),  City  of  Edinburgh  Fortress,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1913;  Lieut.  Dec.  1914. 
400th  Highland  Field  Coy.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

COOPER,  DANIEL  STIRLING. 

Ballymoney,  Ireland.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain 
Sept.  1915. 

COOPER,  DUNCAN  GORDON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain  July  1912. 

COOPER,  JAMES  MURRAY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1912-15  and  1919;  M.A. 
1914;  LL.B.  and  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1919.  Forth  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
April  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain  July  1917.  France  Dec.  1916  to 
Oct.  1917;  Somme,  Arras,  and  Nieuport.  Gassed  and  Invalided  home  Sept.  1917. 

COOPER,  WILLIAM. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-16;  M.A.  1916  (Hons. 
Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.)  and  B.Sc.  1920.  R.N.V.R.,  Wireless  Telegraphist,  Feb. 
1916;  Sub-Lieut.  Feb.  1918;  Acting  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

COOPER,  WILLIAM. 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to 
May  1915,  Cadet,  gth  Royal  Scots  (T.).,  Private  April  1915;  Acting  Sergeant 
Aug.  1918.  France.  Wounded  at  Arras  April  1917,  and  Loos  Sept.  1918. 

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COOPER,  WILLIAM  RICHARD. 

Holt  Home  School,  Cheshunt,  Herts;  First  XI.  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1907. 
Schoolmaster's  Diploma.  George  Watson's  College  O.T.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  1911; 
Lieut  1912.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Captain  1914;  Acting  Major  Dec.  1915; 
Major  July  1917.  Gallipoli  and  Egypt.  H.Q.,  No.  i  Corps,  France.  Dispatches 
Sept.  1916. 

COPELAND,  ROBERT  JAMES. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1886.  Army  Medical  Service,  July  1887;  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1912; 
Colonel  March  1915.  France  Aug.  1914  to  March  1919.  Dispatches. 

COPEMAN,  DONALD  ALFRED. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1916-18,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1918.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet  Aug.  1918. 

COPLAND,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1915  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet 
Sept.  1916.  North  Scottish  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Acting  Lieut. 
Feb.  1917;  Lieut.  May  1918;  Acting  Captain  Jan.  1919. 

CORBETT,  CHARLES  HENRY. 

King  Edward  VI.  School,  Bath;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  Colour-Sergeant.  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  June  1916;  Acting 
Major  Jan.  1918. 

CORBETT,  PERCY  BARNARD. 

King  Edward  VI.  School,  Bath;  First  XL,  Cricket  and  Football.  O.T.C.  1907-10. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1910-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to 
April  1915,  Cadet.  B.R.C.S.,  Surgical  Dresser.  Meerut  Division,  Casualty 
Clearing  Station,  France,  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Captain 
April  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  Prisoner  of  War  March  to  Dec.  1918. 

CORE,  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1901 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1915;  Captain  Sept.  1916.  1st  Garrison  Battn.,  Sherwood  Foresters. 
Suvla  Bay  1915;  Imbros  1915  and  1916;  Egypt  1916-18. 

CORKILL,  HAROLD  KEITH. 

Wellington  College,  N.Z.  O.T.C.  1911-15,  C.S.M.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1916-17  and  1918-19.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Jan.  to  March  1916.  R.F.A.  (S.R.), 
April  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  France  Dec.  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  Wounded  at 
Ypres  April  1918. 

CORKILL,  THOMAS  FREDERICK. 

Wellington  College,  N.Z.  O.T.C.  1907-10,  Lieut.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-15  ; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915;  M.D.  1920.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1912-14,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  June  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918. 
France,  I39th  Field  Ambulance,  Dec.  1915  to  March  1919.  Wounded  March  1918. 
Dispatches  June  1917.  Order  of  Leopold  of  Belgium  Aug.  1917  ;  M.C.  Sept.  1917  ; 
Belgian  Croix  de  Guerre  Feb.  1918;  Bar  to  M.C.  Dec.  1918. 

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CORMACK,  ALEXANDER. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.A.  1906;  LL.B.  2/5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Temp.  Captain  Sept.  1918  to  April  1919. 
Divisional  Education  Officer,  64th,  67th,  and  7ist  Divisions. 

CORMACK,  B.  WILLIAM. 

Ayr  Academy.     Student  of  Law,  1896-7.     Hong  Kong  Port  Artillery,  Gunner  1915. 

CORMACK,  DAVID. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1904;  LL.B.  and  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1908. 
Notary  Public.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  May  1918  to  March  1919. 
Attached  93rd  Brigade.  France  Feb.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

CORMACK,  DOUGLAS  JOHN. 

Elgin  Academy.  Student  of  Law.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to  Aug.  1916,  Cadet 
Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1916.  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1916; 
Lieut.  June  1918. 

CORMACK,  FREDERICK  EUNSON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1912.  Surma  Valley  Light  Horse,  Trooper. 
I.A.R.O.,  2nd  Lieut. 

CORMACK,  HARRY  SLATER. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Indian  Medical  Service, 
Lieut.;  Captain  July  1914.  Dispatches.  M.C. 

CORMACK,  JAMES. 

Pulteneytown  Academy,  Wick.  Student  of  Law,  1906-8.  Solicitor  and  Barrister- 
at-Law,  Manitoba.  5th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  April  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ; 
Lieut.  May  1918. 

CORMACK,  ROBERT  PAIRMAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1905-8,  Corporal.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914, 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1909-11,  and  Medical,  1911-12,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.), 
1912;  Captain  July  1915;  Captain  (Regulars)  Jan.  1917.  Egypt,  German  East 
Africa,  and  India.  Dispatches  March  1918. 

CORMACK,  WALTER  GEORGE. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18,  Cadet  Bombardier  ; 
Officer  Cadet  June  1918.  R.H.A.  and  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

CORMACK,  WILLIAM  PETRIE. 

Royal  Academy,  Tain.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps, 
Captain  1915.  No.  15  Australian  General  Hospital,  Adelaide,  and  at  Camp  for 
Civilian  Forces,  Gawler,  South  Australia. 

CORNER,  CHARLES  LEWIS. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  June  1917,  Cadet 
Sergeant;  Officer  Cadet  June  1917.  2nd  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917. 
France.  Wounded  at  Second  Battle  of  the  Somme,  Aug.  1918.  Invalided  out. 

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CORNER,  SAMUEL  GORDON. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  M.A.  1902;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D.  1910.  No.  4 
Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  Colour-Sergeant.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1917;  Captain  July  1918.  East  African  Exp.  Force. 

CORRIE,  JAMES. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery 
1917,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1917.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  is6th  Brigade, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1918.  Midland  Division,  Ammunition  Column.  The  Rhine, 
April  to  July  1919. 

CORRY,  MATTHEW. 

National  School,  Letterkenny.  M.B.,  C.M.  1896;  M.D.  1911.  Indian  Medical 
Service,  Major  July  1911. 

CORSTORPHINE,  EDWARD  ELLICE. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1913-17.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917-18,  Cadet ; 
Officer  Cadet.  3rd  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1918. 

COSSAR,  CHARLES. 

M.A.  1893.     R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  Captain. 

COTTERILL,  SIR  JOSEPH  MONTAGU. 

Brighton  College;  First  XI.  M.B.,  C.M.  1875;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1878.  Lecturer 
and  Examiner  on  Clinical  Surgery.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  July  1908. 
Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital.  C.M.G.  1917.  Dispatches 
July  1917.  Knight  Bachelor  1919. 

COTTON,  GEORGE  MORTON. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant,  1907.  4th 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Private;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917. 

COTTON,  WILLIAM. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1880;  M.B.,  C.M.  1883;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1889; 
M.D.  1896.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  April  1915.  2nd  Southern  General  Hospital, 
France  ;  in  charge  of  X-Rays  for  three  years. 

COULING,  ARTHUR  VIVIAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  Student  of  Science,  1910-11.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  1910-11, Cadet.  Royal  Horse  Guards  ("  The  Blues  "),  Private  Aug.  1914; 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  I4th  West  Yorkshire  Regiment;  igth 
Hussars;  R.E.,  Field  Survey  Battn.,  Jan.  1918. 

COULL,  GEORGE  CHARLES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14  and  1919-20;  B.Sc.  1920. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  1910-14,  Cadet  Bombardier.  Scottish  Horse,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug. 
1914.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Highland  Brigade;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain 
March  1918;  Captain  and  Acting  Major  Jan.  1919.  France  May  1915.  Army  of 
the  Rhine,  Nov.  1918  to  Aug.  1919. 

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COULL,  ROBERT. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1909-14;  B.Sc.  1919.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Nov.  1909-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. ; 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  Attached  R.E.  (Signal  Service),  Aug.  1917.  France. 

COULLIE,  ALEXANDER  GLOVER. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1907.  Indian  Medical 
Service,  July  1907;  Captain  July  1910;  Major  Jan.  1919;  Acting  Lieut-Col. 
April  1918.  Egypt,  Palestine  and  Syria,  Nov.  1914.  O.C.  i$th  (I.S.)  Cavalry 
Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  April  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

COULLIE,  JAMES  ARTHUR. 

Fettes.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1906.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1902-5.  Y.M.C.A.  in 
France  1916.  Army  Chaplain  Jan.  1917. 

COULSON,  THOMAS  EDMUND. 

Charterhouse.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1909;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1908.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Temp.  Lieut.  Aug.  1918;  Acting  Major  Sept.  1918;  Temp.  Captain  Aug. 
1919.  86th  General  Hospital,  Syren,  North  Russian  Exp.  Force. 

COULTER,  WILLIAM. 

King's  College,  Goulburn,  N.S.W.  First  XV.  Royal  (Dick)  Veterinary  College 
O.T.C.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  2nd  Scottish  Horse,  Aug.  1914,  Corporal. 
Dispatches  (Gallipoli).  D.C.M.  June  1916. 

COULTHARD,  JOSEPH  JEFFERSON. 

St  Bees,  Cumberland.  O.T.C.  1912-14,  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16 
and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to  June  1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,78th  Brigade, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1918.  France  Nov.  1916.  Invalided  Oct. 
1917.  R.A.,  G.H.Q.,  July  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Invalided  out  Feb.  1919. 

COUPER,  DANIEL  ROSS. 

James  Gillespie's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1895-6.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.). 
Q.M.S. 

COUPER,  JOHN  SINCLAIR. 

Arnold  House  School,  Blackpool.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1918-19. 
A.S.C.,  Private  July  1916.  Dispatch  Rider,  1916-19. 

COUPER,  WILLIAM  DICK. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Oct.  1915;  L/Corporal  June  1916;  Officer  Cadet  April  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb. 
1919.  France.  Three  times  Wounded. 

COURT,  ALEXANDER  COSGRAVE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1913.  President,  Dialectic  Society.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut. 
1910;  Captain  Dec.  1913.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  M.C.  1917. 

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COURTNEY,  BERTRAM  JOSEPH. 

King  William's  College,  I.O.M. ;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1903;  West 
African  Medical  Service,  Captain  Dec.  1914;  Major  Aug.  1918.  Attached  King's 
African  Rifles,  June  1917.  Cameroons,  1915.  S.M.O.,  Nyassa  Rhodesia  Force, 
May  to  Nov.  1918.  Dispatches  Dec.  1918  and  May  1919  (East  Africa). 

COUSLAND,  KENNETH  HARRINGTON. 

George  Watson's  College  ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1913-14,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1915;  Major  April  1918.  i/gth  Brigade,  France, 
March  1916  to  June  1919.  Wounded  April  and  Oct.  1918.  M.C.  July  1918. 
Dispatches  (twice)  Oct.  1918.  Croix  de  Guerre  June  1919. 

COUTIE,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1913-15,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science,  1915-17 
and  1918-20;  B.Sc.  1920.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Sapper  Aug.  1916.  gth  Scottish 
Rifles,  Private.  Labour  Corps. 

COUTTS,  ALFRED. 

M.A.  1884;  B.D.  1888.  Minister,  United  Free  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain, 
77th  Infantry  Brigade;  Captain  Oct.  1914. 

COUTTS,  DONALD  GORDON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1912-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and 
1918-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1914-15,  Cadet.  3rd  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
June  1915  ;  Lieut.  May  1917.  Signal  Service,  R.E.,  July  1918. 

COUTTS,  FREDERICK  THOM  KYDD. 

Kimberley  High  School,  South  Africa.  First  XL,  Football.  Student  of  Law, 
1906-9.  Chartered  Accountant,  1910.  ist  Transvaal  Scottish,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914. 
South  West  Africa  1914-15. 

COUTTS,  WALDEMAR. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15.     3rd  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 

COUTTS,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER. 

Junior  Clerk  of  Senatus.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Private  Dec.  1914;  Sergeant  March 
1917.  2/3rd  Lowland  Field  Ambulance.  Dispatches  March  1919. 

COUTTS,  WILLIAM  BARRON. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  M.A.  1909;  B.Sc.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1915,  Cadet. 
R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Instructor,  Ordnance 
Column.  Gibraltar  March  1916  to  Aug.  1917;  Woolwich  1917-18. 

COVENTRY,  CHARLES  JAMES. 

University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

COWAN,  AGNES  MARSHALL. 

M.B.  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  attached  Q.M.A.A.C.,  Medical  Officer,  May  1918. 
Assistant  Medical  Officer,  H.M.  Factory,  Gretna,  April  1917-18. 

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COWAN,  ALISTER  FORBES. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1901-3.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug. 
1914.  Rejoined  May  1917.  Captain  Nov.  1917.  France. 

COWAN,  ANDREW. 

Dumfries  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  R.F.A.,  45th  Battery,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1918.  France  Feb.  1918  to  June  1919.  Wounded  July  1918.  M.C.  Dec. 
1918. 

COWAN,  CHARLES  EMELIUS  LOWTHER. 

M.A.  1892.  President,  Dialectic  Society,  1891.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1889-92,  L/Corporal.  Chaplain,  Royal  Navy,  1897;  R.M.S.  Carisbrook  Castle,  1914; 
R.N.  Barracks,  Devonport ;  H.M.S.  Canada;  R.N.  Barracks,  Portsmouth,  1915-17, 
and  H.M.  Dockyard  Church,  Devonport,  1918.  Battle  of  Jutland  May  1916. 

COWAN,  JOHN. 

Ley's  School,  Cambridge.  M.A.  (Glasg.)  1891  ;  LL.B.  1897.  King's  Counsel. 
R.E.  (T.),  Captain  July  1915;  Major  June  1916.  Mention  March  1919.  O.B.E. 
June  1919. 

COWAN,  JOHN  MACINTYRE. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  M.A.  1909.  Schoolmaster.  R.G.A.,  2 1 3th  Siege  Battery, 
Signaller,  May  1917. 

COWAN,  JOHN  MACQUEEN. 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  M.A.  1913;  B.Sc,  1914.  Assistant  to  Pro- 
fessor of  Botany.  President,  Dialectic  Society.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1910-14,  Cadet 
Bombardier.  R.G.A.  (I.A.R.O.),  2nd  Lieut.  1917;  Lieut.  India,  Egypt,  and 
Palestine,  1917-19.  Dispatches. 

COWAN,  JOHN  MUIR. 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Jan.  to  May  1917,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

COWAN,  ROBERT  McNAIR  WILSON. 

Central  High  School,  Leeds.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  nth  Northumberland 
Fusiliers,  Private  July  1916.  France  and  Italy. 

COWAN,  RUSSELL. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  R.E.,  "Z"  Special  Coy., 
Pioneer  Nov.  1916. 

COWAN,  WILLIAM. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1881-5  and  51919;  M.A.  1919.  President, 
Dialectic  Society,  1887.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Sept.  1915  to  April  1919.  Malta. 

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COWAN,  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1891-5.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1896. 
University  Battery  E.C.A.V.,  Captain  1910.  City  of  Edinburgh  R.G.A.  (T.), 
Captain  Oct.  1914;  Major  Dec.  1916  to  March  1919.  Coast  Defence  1915-17. 
France  1918. 

COWARD,  NOEL  ANTHONY. 

Blairlodge ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1898-1903,  Colour-Sergeant. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  M.D.  1913;  D.P.H.  (Oxford)  1914,  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct. 
1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915.  Royal  Lancaster  Regiment,  Oct.  1914-15.  France 
July  1915  to  Dec.  1918.  Senior  Sanitary  Officer,  Havre,  May  1916.  Dispatches 
July  1916  and  Dec.  1918.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Dec.  1918. 

COWE,  THOMAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-15.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1917, 
Cadet.  7th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1917. 

COWIESON,  JOHN  JOHNSTONE. 

Normal  Training  College,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Science,  1912-15.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Lieut  June  1916. 
3rd  East  Lancashire  Brigade.  Dardanelles,  Egypt,  France,  and  Sinai. 

COWLING,  HARRY  WALTER. 

King's    College,   Taunton ;    First   XI.      O.T.C.    1906-10,   Corporal.  Student   of 

Science,  1912-15;    B.Sc.  1915.      O.T.C.  Engineers,  1912-15,  Cadet.  R.E.  (S.R.), 

2nd  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  Oct.  1917.  France. 

COWPER,  CHARLES  NEAVES. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Law,  1895-9.  Writer  to  the  Signet, 
1901.  1st  City  of  Edinburgh  Vol.  Regiment,  Sept.  1914  to  Dec.  1916.  R.G.A., 
Gunner  Dec.  1916;  L/Bombardier  June  1917;  Corporal  Jan.  1919. 

COWPER,  JOHN  JAMES  McPHAIL. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1886.  Chaplain  1893;  2nd  Class,  July  1916.  South 
African  Campaign,  1900-2.  France  1915.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

COX,  ALFRED  BERRIDGE. 

Eastbourne  College;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  Royal  Navy,  May  1904; 
Staff  Surgeon,  May  1912;  Surgeon-Commander,  June  1917.  H.M.S.  Lion; 
Cameroons,  West  Africa,  Feb.  1915;  German  East  Africa,  June  1915  to  Aug. 
1916,  and  Grand  Fleet  April  1917  to  Nov.  1918.  Heligoland  and  Dogger  Bank. 

COX,  JOSHUA  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  M.B.,  C.M.  1875;  M.D.  1881  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1880 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  1909.  2nd  Western  General  Hospital,  Manchester,  Oct. 
1914.  Commissioner  of  Medical  Services,  North-West  Scotland,  1917-18.  Dis- 
patches 1917.  O.B.E.  (Military)  1919. 

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CRABBIE,  JOHN  EDWARD. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1902-4. 
Advocate,  1905.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914; 
Captain  June  1916.  O.B.E. 

CRAGG,  FRANCIS  WILLIAM. 

Kendal  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  M.D.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal 
Scots,  Private.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Sept.  1906;  Captain  Sept.  1909; 
Major  April  1918.  Egypt  Dec.  1914  to  Jan.  1916.  India. 

CRAIG,  ALEXANDER  CURRIE  CARRUTHERS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  July  1915  ;  Surgeon  Jan.  1918. 

CRAIG,  ALEXANDER  NELSON. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

CRAIG,  ARCHIBALD  CAMPBELL. 

Kelso  High  School.  Cadet  Corps  1904-6,  Corporal.  M.A.  1910.  Senior 
President,  Dialectic  Society.  I3th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1914;  2nd  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Intelligence  Corps,  Oct.  1917  to  Aug.  1919. 
France.  M.C.  June  1919. 

CRAIG,  ARCHIBALD  HAY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1910.  London  Scottish,  Private  1914;  I3th  Royal  Scots,  1915;  Captain  1917; 
Major  May  1918.  France  1914-18.  Wounded  Oct.  1914  and  July  1918. 
D.S.O. ;  M.C.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

CRAIG,  ARTHUR. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15.  L.D.S.  (Edin.)  1914;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and 
L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to  May  1915,  Cadet. 
Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.,  May  1915.  H.M.S.  Warspite., 

CRAIG,  DAVID  DOUGALL  HEPBURN. 

Edinburgh  Institution;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1915-17.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  Nov. 
1917  ;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1918  to  April  1919. 

CRAIG,  DAVID  DUNCAN. 

M.A.,  B.Sc.  (St  Andrews).  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Aug.  1915.  2nd  East  Lancashire  Regiment.  France  Nov.  1914.  M.C. 
Dispatches. 

CRAIG,  EFFIE  MARION  DOUGLAS. 

Teviot  Grove  Academy,  Hawick.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Sept.  1916. 
Malta  and  Salonika. 

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CRAIG,  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1890.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1. 
N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  1900;  Major  March  1915;  Lieut-Col.  Oct.  1917.  Gallipoli 
1915  ;  Achi  Baba  and  Suvla  Bay;  France,  Messines  and  Somme.  Twice  wounded. 
Dispatches  April  1915,  1917,  and  Oct.  1918.  D.S.O. 

CRAIG,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1883-5.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1886.  Notary  Public,  1896.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
1887;  Lieut-Col.  1906  and  O.C.  Sept.  1906  to  April  1915.  France,  Messines 
1914-15  ;  Somme  1917-18.  T.D.  Dispatches  Feb.  1917  and  1919. 

CRAIG,  JOHN  GIBSON. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Dec.  1915  ;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  Surgical  Specialist.  O.B.E.  June  1919. 

CRAIG,  JOHN  RICHARD. 

Kelso  High  School.  M.A.  1904.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  April  1915,  Cadet. 
I4th  and  I7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain 
Oct.  1917;  Bombing  Instructor  Jan.  to  Dec.  1916.  Wounded  Sept.  1918. 

CRAIG,  JOHN  WILLIAM. 

Castle  Douglas  Academy  and  St  Andrews  University.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  Royal 
Navy,  May  1896.  South  African  War,  1899-1902.  Surgeon-Commander  1919. 

CRAIG,  NICHOLAS  SMITH. 

Ley's  School,  Cambridge.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet.  3rd,  loth, 
and  5/6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1916;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916;  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1917.  France  Aug.  1917  to  April  1918.  M.C.  March  1918. 

CRAIG,  THEODORE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  F.R.S.M.  (Lond.).  Deputy 
Surgeon  to  Admiralty,  Blyth  Submarine  Station,  1915-17.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
April  1917;  Captain  April  1918.  O.C.,  No.  2  Clearing  Station  Hospital,  Kilossa, 
German  East  Africa,  1917-18.  Mental  Specialist,  Devonport  Military  Hospital. 

CRAIG,  WALTER  JAMES  FAIRLIE. 

Morgan  Academy,  Dundee.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1912-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Captain  Jan.  1917.  R.A.M.C.  (Regulars),  April  1919;  Captain  Jan.  1920. 
Salonika  1916-17 ;  Palestine  1917-18;  France  and  India  1918-19. 

CRAIG,  WILLIAM. 

Prior  School,  Lifford.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  Nov.  1916. 

CRAIG,  WILLIAM  BANNERMAN. 

M.A.  1889;  M.B.,  C.M.  1894.     Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Major.     D.S.O. 

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CRAIG,  WILLIAM  CARRUTHERS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1914-16,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1917  ;  Captain  Jan.  1918. 

CRAIG,  W.  M. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1910-12.  Chartered  Accountant,  1913. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  Aug.  1914;  Sergeant.  R.F.A.,  2nd 
Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Lieut.  Aug.  1918.  France  and  Italy  Sept.  1915  to  June  1918. 

CRAIG,  WILLIAM  PITCAIRN. 

M.A.  1902.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  July  1915,  io6th  Infantry 
Brigade  and  26th  General  Hospital. 

CRAIG-BROWN,  ERNEST. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1886-7.  Student  of  Science,  1887-8.  West 
Indian  Regiment,  1895  ;  Lieut.  Aug.  1897.  Sierra  Leone  Rising,  1898.  Wounded. 
Cameron  Highlanders,  Captain  Dec.  1899;  Major  Sept.  1914;  Brevet  Lieut.-Col. 
June  1917.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-2.  D.S.O.  Feb.  1915.  Dispatches 
Feb.  and  June  1915,  Jan.  1916,  June  1917  and  June  1918.  Montenegrin  Order 
of  Danilo  (4th  Class),  Oct.  1916. 

CRAMB,  DOUGLAS  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  Pipe-Major.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915  and  1918-19.  Anatomy  Staff,  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915-17,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  6th  and  gth  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  France  Nov.  1917  to  Aug.  1918. 

CRAN,  DISNEY  HERBERT  DUSCH. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  M.D.  1919.  B.R.C.S.  Nov.  1915,  and 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  March  1917.  No.  11  Stationary  Hospital, 
Rouen.  Pathologist,  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1919. 

CRAN,  NORMAN  DUDLEY. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1911-15,  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  May  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915  ;  Regulars, 
Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1918.  Wounded.  Invalided  out  April  1919. 

CRAN,  PETER  McLELLAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1909.  A.M.I.C.E.  R.E.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1910;  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  June  1917.  Dispatches  Feb.  1917. 
O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

CRANSTON,  SIR  ROBERT. 

Member  of  University  Court.  Lord  Provost  of  Edinburgh,  1903.  Artillery  Tay 
Defences,  1864,  Queen's  Rifle  Brigade,  Lieut.  1870;  Captain;  Major;  Colonel; 
Brig.-General.  15th,  i6th  and  I7th  Royal  Scots.  K.C.V.O. ;  C.B. ;  C.B.E. ;  V.D. ; 
Officer  Legion  of  Honour  (French) ;  Knight  of  St  Olaf  (Norway). 

CRAVEN,  RICHARD. 

Mount  St  Mary's,  Eckington,  Chesterfield.  M.B.,  CM.  1898.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
July  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916.  R.F.A.,  39th  Division. 

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CRAWFORD,  DIROM  GREY. 

Cheltenham.  M.B.,  CM.  1881.  First  XV.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Oct.  1881  ; 
Lieut-Col.  1901.  Retired  Dec.  1911.  Rejoined  Nov.  1914  to  March  1919.  H.M. 
Hospital  Ship  Syria,  Nov.  1914.  Brighton  Indian  Hospital,  Dec.  1914-15. 

CRAWFORD,  EDWARD  JAMES. 

Ballymena  Academy.  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  Belfast  University 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Naval  Division 
Armoured  Cars  Squadron,  Petty  Officer  Nov.  1915.  R.F.A.  and  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1918.  Russian  St  George  Medal  March  1917. 

CRAWFORD,  GAVIN  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  1915,  Cadet 
L/Corporal.  Indian  Army,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  2/iO2nd 
King  Edward's  Own  Grenadiers.  France  and  India. 

CRAWFORD,  GILBERT  MALCOLM. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1892-3.  Solicitor  before  the  Supreme 
Courts,  1897.  President,  Scots  Law  Society,  1899.  Cameronians  (Scottish  Rifles), 
2nd  Lieut.  April  1915.  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  April  1916;  Royal  Dublin 
Fusiliers,  Captain  Aug.  1917.  France.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

CRAWFORD,  JAMES. 

Greenock  Academy;  Athletics.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  1st  Cameron  High- 
landers, Private  March  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut.  Dec.  1918.  7th  Tank 
Battalion. 

CRAWFORD,  JAMES  MUIR. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1888.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  1891;  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1911.  Indian  General  Hospital. 
1914.  O.B.E. 

CRAWFORD,  JOHN  ANDREW. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to 
April  1916,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  Oct. 
1916.  Mesopotamia. 

CRAWFORD,  JOHN  HAMILTON. 

Duffus  School,  Elginshire.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918. 
Anatomy  Staff,  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R. 
Surgeon-Probationer,  Dec.  1915-16.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.,  Aug.  1918, 
H.M.S.  Dartmouth. 

CRAWFORD,  JOHN  RALSTON. 

Crieff  Academy.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet. 
R.F.A.  and  A.S.C.,  Recruiting  Staff,  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1917. 

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CRAWFORD,  ROBERT  CAMPBELL. 

Loretto;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1909-10,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1910-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914-16,  Cadet.  Resident 
House  Physician,  R.I.E.  Rugby  "Blue."  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  July  1917.  Med.  Exp.  Force,  Aug.  1916.  Invalided  home  Dec.  1918. 

CRAWFORD,  THOMAS  JOHNSTONE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1913-15.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1916-17, 
Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1917.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  March 
1918;  Lieut.  Sept.  to  Nov.  1919.  France  and  The  Rhine. 

CRAWFORD,  WILLIAM. 

M.A.  1911;  B.D.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1910 
to  April  1913,  Cadet.  Chaplain  4th  Class,  May  1915.  M.C. 

CRAWFORD,  WILLIAM  SCOTT. 

Cheltenham;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-8.  4th  and  loth  Royal 
Scots  (T.),  Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Temp.  Lieut.  Aug.  1915; 
Temp.  Captain  June  1916.  Lanarkshire  Yeomanry,  Lieut.  Dec.  1917. 

CREASER,  FREDERICK  GEORGE. 

Drogheda  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  May  1915,  Cadet.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders 
Corporal  May  1915;  Sergeant  July  1915.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut. 
Dec.  1918.  R.E.  M.C.  Dec.  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

CRERAR,  ALASTAIR  HENRY. 

Edinburgh  Academy,  and  Bootham  School,  York.  Student  of  Law,  1915  and 
1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  9th  and  2nd  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  Pilot. 
Wounded  Oct.  1916. 

CRERAR,  DONALD  BAYNE. 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  June  1915; 
Captain  June  1916  to  March  1919.  Military  Hospital,  Stransall  Camp,  York. 
M.O.,  War  Hospital,  Bradford. 

CRERAR,  GEORGE  DUNCAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1917.  Student  of  Science,  1917  and  1919. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  July  1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd 
Lieut.  May  1919. 

CREW,  FRANK  ALBERT  ELEY. 

King  Edward  VI.  School,  Birmingham.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov. 
1908  to  April  1913,  Cadet  Staff  Sergeant.  6th  Devonshire  Regiment,  Captain  June 
1916;  Major  Aug.  1917.  Employed  with  R.A.M.C.,  3rd  Field  Ambulance, 
France.  India  1915. 

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CRICHTON,  CRAWFORD  SMITH. 

Arbroath  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  M.D.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April 
1915  ;  Captain  April  1916;  Major  1917.  O.C.  Surrey  R.A.M.C.  (V.). 

CRICHTON,  DAVID  CUTHBERT  COLLINGWOOD. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1915.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1915-17, 
Cadet.  R.A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Private  Jan.  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  April  1918;  Lieut.  Oct. 
1919.  Attached  Indian  M.T.,  Waziristan  Field  Force. 

CRICHTON,  DAVID  MACQUORN-RANKINE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1894;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1899.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Aug  1915  ;  Captain  Aug.  1916.  Nasrieh  1915-16.  Imperial  School  of  Instruction, 
Egypt,  1917-18,  and  Kasr-et-Nild  Staff.  G.H.Q.,  2nd  Echelon,  Egyptian  Exp. 
Force,  1918-19. 

CRICHTON,  JAMES  SMITH. 

Linlithgow  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  April  1917;  Captain 
April  1918.  Invalided  out  Feb.  1919. 

CRICHTON,  THOMAS  SMITH. 

Arbroath  High  School;  Athletics.  M.A.  1905.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of 
Scotland.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Feb.  1915.  2Oth,  24th,  and  2nd 
Northumberland  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

CRICHTON,  WILLIAM  PALMERSTON. 

Boroughmuir.  MA.  1913.  Schoolmaster.  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
Q.M.S. 

CRIDLAND,  EDWARD  CARTER. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888.     Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  President  V.,  Surgeon-Commander. 

CRIPPS,  FRANCIS  ROY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916; 
L.M.  (Dublin).  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  April  1915.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon,  Jan.  1917-20.  Harwich 
Destroyer  Flotilla  1915.  Mine-sweepers  and  Grand  Fleet  1917.  Lent  Royal 
Air  Force,  British  ^Egean  Force,  1918. 

CRISP,  THOMAS. 

Tenterfield,  New  South  Wales.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16  and  1917-18; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916;  M.D.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912-14,  Cadet  Bombardier. 
R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1916;  Captain 
April  1917.  France. 

CRITCHLEY,  LEOPOLD  OCTAVIUS. 

St  Drostone's  College,  Aberlour.  M.A.  '1896;  B.Sc.  Minister,  Episcopal 
Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain  1915.  i$7th  Brigade,  52nd  Division.  G.H.Q., 
Dardanelles.  Hon.  Chaplain  1918. 

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CROCKET,  JAMES. 

M.A.  1887;  B.Sc.  1891.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  1st  Haddington- 
shire  Vols.,  Private  Aug.  1915.  • 

CROCKETT,  THOMAS. 

Royal  High  School ;  First  XV.  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1905.  Schoolmaster.  Rugby 
"Blue."  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914; 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  July  1915;  Major  Feb.  1918.  Attached  Machine- 
Gun  Corps. 

CROLE,  GERARD  BRUCE.  (See  p.  748.) 

CROLIUS,  JOHN  ROBERT. 

Hong  Kong.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  L.M.S.S.A.  (Lond.)  1915.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  1912-14,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Sept. 
1915  ;  Acting  Major  and  D.A.D.M.S.,  3rd  Corps,  Nov.  1918.  62nd  and  54th  Field 
Ambulances.  Medaille  des  Epidemics  1920. 

CROLL,  ANDREW. 

Dundee  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D.  1899;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1911;  F.A.C.S. 
(America)  1914.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Lieut.  1914;  Captain  1915; 
Major  1916;  Lieut-Col.  1917.  Chief  Surgeon,  No.  2  Canadian  General  Hospital, 
France,  and  Military  Hospital,  Halifax,  Canada.  Dispatches  Oct.  1916. 

CROMARTY,  ROBERT. 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-16.  M.A.  (Hons.  Engl.)  1916.  School- 
master. 2/4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1916 ;  Hon.  Sergeant 
May  1917;  L/Corporal  March  1918.  2/3rd  County  of  London  Yeomanry. 

CROMBIE,  JAMES  MOIR. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1905-9,  L/Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1918-20.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  R.G.A.,  6oth  Brigade, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  France,  June  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 

CROMBIE,  JOHN  FRANK. 

Clifton  Bank,  St  Andrews;  First  XV.  M.B.,  CM.  1891;  M.D.  1906;  D.P.H., 
(Edin.)  1897.  R.A.M.C.  (T.)  1896;  Major  1910;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  Dec.  1916. 
Attached  8th  Royal  Scots.  No.  139  Field  Ambulance,  and  No.  12  Stationary 
Service.  France.  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem  1916.  Dispatches  June  1917, 
Jan.  and  Dec.  1918.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1918;  T.D. ;  M6daille  des  Epidemics  Jan.  1919. 

CROMBIE,  ROBERT  OGILVIE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.T.  Teviot 
(Wireless  Operator). 

CROMIE,  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1909 
to  July  1915,  Cadet;  2nd  Lieut. 

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CROOKS,  THOMAS. 

Hawick  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  R.E.,  iSgth  Coy.,  Corporal 
Aug.  1915  ;  Special  Brigade  1916-19.  France  1915-19.  Wounded  Dec.  1916. 

CROSBIE,  KENNETH  CHRISTOPHER. 

Epsom  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Hockey.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14 
and  1916-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1909-14,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain  Oct.  1916.  M.C.  Oct.  1916. 

CROSS,  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  CM.  1895.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Sept.  1908.  loth  Royal  Scots.  M.O. 
in  charge  of  Troops  at  Linlithgow. 

CROW,  DOUGLAS  ARTHUR. 

Fort  William  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain 
March  1918. 

CROW,  WILLIAM  JAMES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1917.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July 
1916;  Captain  July  1917.  Salonika  July  1916  to  March  1918;  France  June  to 
Dec.  1918. 

CROWDEN,  HARRY  GRAHAM. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XI.  M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  9th  and  I3th 
Royal  Scots,  Private;  L/Corporal  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  France 
1915  and  1916;  Loos  and  Somme.  Wounded  Sept.  1915. 

CRUICKSHANK,  ALEXANDER  JOHNSTON. 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18,  Cadet ; 
Officer  Cadet  May  1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut  Oct.  1918. 

CRUICKSHANK,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Haileybury.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  M.D.  1914.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain 
Feb.  1910;  Major  Aug.  1918.  M.C.  Aug.  1916. 

CRUICKSHANK,  JOHN  C. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1916-17  and  1918-20.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  Cadet.  Gordon 
Highlanders,  Private. 

CRUICKSHANKS,  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1903-5.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V., 
Gunner,  1903-5.  nth  and  ist  Scottish  Rifles,  Lieut;  Captain  Nov.  1914. 

CULBERTSON,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1911.  Schoolmaster.  2/ist 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  Nov.  1915.  9th  Cyclist  Brigade  (Signal 
Section),  L/Corporal  Dec.  1916.  R.E.  (Signals),  R.A.  H.Q.,  Sapper  April  1918. 
France  1918-19. 

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CULLEN,  KENNETH  DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1911;  LL.B.  1913.  R.E.,  49th  Coy.,  Sapper  Sept. 
1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  May  1915;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  1916. 
City  of  Edinburgh  Fortress,  R.E. 

CULLEN,  WILLIAM  BARBOUR  ALEXANDER  KENNEDY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  M.D.  1906.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain  1915;  Major. 
2/2nd  Ghurkha  Rifles. 

CULLEN,  WILLIAM  DOUGLAS  LAING. 

Edinburgh  Academy  ;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1910-13.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  1913-14,  Cadet.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  Sept. 
1914.  R.G.A.  (Lowland),  Lieut.  France,  Salonika,  and  Aden. 

GUMMING,  ARTHUR  GORDON. 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Jan.  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  i/5th  and  6th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Private  April  1916;  L/Corporal  Nov.  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  to  Dec.  1917. 
France  Aug.  1916  to  March  1917. 

GUMMING,  GEORGE  GORDON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.     South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain. 

GUMMING,  HERBERT  GRANT. 

Grantown  Grammar  School.  M.A.  1908;  B.Sc.  Australian  Imperial  Forces, 
46th  Battn.,  Private  Nov.  1916;  Corporal  Oct.  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1918; 
Lieut.  Feb.  1919.  M.M.  Oct.  1917. 

CUNNINGHAM,  ANDREW. 

Perth  Academy.  B.Sc.  1911.  Lecturer  in  Bacteriology,  Edinburgh,  and  East 
of  Scotland  Agricultural  College.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  March  1916, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  March  1916.  Scottish  Horse,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916. 
R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917;  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.  France. 

CUNNINGHAM,  BARBARA  MARTIN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901;  M.D.  1909;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1910.  R.A.M.C,  British  Military 
Hospital,  Limoges,  France,  and  Imtarfa,  Malta,  Aug.  1916.  6ist  and  42nd 
General  Hospitals,  Salonika,  1917-18.  O.B.E.  June  1917.  Dispatches  (Salonika) 
Sept.  1917. 

CUNNINGHAM,  DONALD  ALEC. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Feb.  1916,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer. 

CUNNINGHAM,  FRANCIS  WILLIAM  MURRAY. 

Fettes.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1909.  R.A.M.C,  Captain  July  1912;  Lieut-Col. 
Feb.  1917.  Attached  Indian  Contingent,  1914-15.  France  1916-19.  Dispatches 
Jan.  1916.  D.S.O.  June  1918. 

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CUNNINGHAM,  JOHN  BAIRD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 
France  March  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  and  Italy  Oct.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

CUNNINGHAM,  JOHN  FODEN. 

M.A.  1914.     ist  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Corporal. 

CUNNINGHAM,  LESLIE  BENNET  CRAIGIE. 

Sedbergh.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1913  to  Sept.  1914, 
Cadet.  9th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut.  May  1916.  Attached 
R.E.  (Signal  Service),  July  1915.  France. 

CUNNINGHAM,  RICHARD  GRAHAM. 

Galashiels  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1917.  49th 
General  Hospital,  Salonika. 

CUNNINGHAM,  ROBERT  JEFFREY. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1887;  LL.B.  1892.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal 
Scots,  1885-90.  ist  and  5th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  1898.  South  African 
Campaign,  1900.  Captain  1906.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  O.C.  Regimental  Depot, 
Dumfries,  April  1915  to  Oct.  1919.  T.D. 

CUNNINGHAM,  ROBERT  YOUNG. 

M.A.  1887.  8th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  1889;  Captain 
1895;  Major  Oct.  1914.  Training  Troops,  Dunoon  and  Stobs,  1914-15.  Officer, 
Leith  Docks,  1915-16.  Depot,  Randalstown,  Ireland,  Feb.  to  Oct.  1916. 

CUNNISON,  DAVID  KEITH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1901  ;  LL.B.  1904.  Calcutta  Scottish  (Infantry), 
Lieut. ;  Captain. 

CUNNISON,  THOMAS  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1910.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1907-11,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  1911.  Mobilised  Sept.  1914; 
Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1917.  Gallipoli  1915;  France  1916-18;  Somme 
1916,  Arras,  Ypres,  Cambrai  1917.  Dispatches  May  1917.  M.C.  Jan.  1918; 
Croix  de  Guerre  (Belgian)  Sept.  1918. 

CURR,  THOMAS. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug.  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet. 
9th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  and  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Lieut.  Sept.  1917; 
Captain  July  1918.  R.E.,  Aug.  1917.  O.C.  Printing  Coy.,  R.E.,  G.H.Q., 
France,  July  1918.  Italy. 

CURR,  THOMAS  SIMPSON. 

Edinburgh  Institution;  First  XV.  and  XI.  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.,  1912-17; 
Cadet  2nd  Lieut.  Student  of  Science,  1917-19.  2/28th  London  (Artists'  Rifles) 
O.T.C,  Private  Oct.  1918. 

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CURRELL,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918;  Acting  Major 
Dec.  1918. 

CURRIE,  DUNCAN  WILLIAM. 

Bowmore  School,  Islay.  M.B.,  CM.  1876;  M.D.  (Glasg.)  1890;  D.P.H.  (Camb.) 
1886;  B.Sc.  (P.H.  Edin.)  1892.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  (Retired)  1910. 
Rejoined  Aug.  1914.  Examiner  of  Recruits.  Pensions  Board,  Stirling. 
Armsbrae  Auxiliary  Hospital.  V.D. 

CURRIE,  JOHN  RONALD. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.A.  1891;  M.A.  (Oxford);  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  (Glasg.) 
1910;  D.P.H.  (Birmingham)  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  March  1916.  Portsmouth, 
Taranto,  Peath,  and  Dunkirk. 

CURRIE,  ROBERT. 

Night  Watchman,  Edinburgh  University.  3rd  Dragoon  Guards,  Trooper 
Oct.  1914;  Corporal  Jan.  1918;  Sergeant  Aug.  1918.  A.S.C.,  Nov.  1917 
to  April  1919.  Died  on  2gth  August  1920. 

CUSHNY,  ALEXANDER  OGILVY. 

Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  7th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Captain  June  1915;  Staff 
Captain  Aug.  1916.  M.C.  April  1918. 

CUTHBERT,  ANDREW  HUME. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1900-3  and  1918-19.  M.A. 
1903.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Scottish  Horse 
Field  Ambulance,  Sergeant  Sept.  1914;  Staff  Sergeant  July  1915. 

CUTHBERT,  DAVID  ANDREW  ROLLO. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June 
to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  4th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Attached  1st  Highland  Light  Infantry.  Egypt  Jan. 
1916  to  March  1918.  France  Oct.  1918  to  Feb.  1919.  M.C.  Nov.  1917. 

CUTHBERT,  GEORGE. 

Perth  Academy,  and  Moray  House,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-16 
and  1919.  M.A.  (Hons.  Mental  Phil.)  1919.  R.N.V.R.,  Chief  Petty  Officer,  Sept. 
1916  to  1919. 

CUTHBERT,  JAMES  ARTHUR. 

Alloa  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.N.V.R.,  Signalman 
June  1916;  Midshipman  Dec.  1916;  Sub.-Lieut.  May  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 
H.M.T.B.  Destroyers  Peyton  and  Trojan,  Grand  Fleet. 

CUTHBERT,  JAMES  HARVEY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.,  1912.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  June  1916. 

CUTHBERT,  JAMES  MACKIE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.     R.A.M.C.,  Major  Oct.  1910.     9th  Hospital  Corps. 

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CUTHBERT,  JOHN. 

Harris  Academy,  Dundee.  M.A.  1909.  Schoolmaster.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Jan. 
1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  March  1917;  Acting  Captain  March  1918. 
Attached  Trench  Mortar  Battery,  March  1917.  Dispatches  May  1918.  M.C. 
June  1918. 

CUTHBERT,  THOMAS  WILKINSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1890-5.  4th  Seaforth  Highlanders 
(T.),  Major.  D.S.O.  Dispatches. 

CUTHBERT,  WILLIAM  JOHNSTON. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1909-10.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1910-14, 
Cadet.  7th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914 ;  Lieut.  July  1916.  ist 
(Reserve)  Garrison  Battn.,  Highland  Light  Infantry. 

CUTHBERTSON,  RONALD  KERR. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1916-17.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1917-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Aug.  1917  to  April  1918,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet. 
April  1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 

CUTT,  JOHN. 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  M.A.  1906.  Schoolmaster,  ist  Gordon  Highlanders, 
Private  Dec.  1914;  L/Corporal  May  191$;  Corporal  Sept.  1915;  Sergeant  March 
1916.  R.E.  (Special  Coy.),  Sept.  1915.  France.  Certificate  for  Gallant  Conduct 
July  1915.  M.M.  May  1917. 

D'ABREU,  VICTOR  EUGENE. 

La  Martiniere  College,  Lucknow,  India.  B.Sc.  1911.  A.M.I. C.E.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Dec.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  R.E.,  234th  Light  Railway  Forward 
Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  Aug.  1918. 

DALGLEISH,  JAMES. 

Trinity  Academy,  Leith.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
May  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders  (S.R.),  2nd 
Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ;  Lieut.  May  1917. 

DALGLEISH,  JOHN. 

Queen's  College,  British  Guiana.  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1909; 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  June  1917.  2 ist  General  Hospital,  Alexandria,  Egypt. 

DALL,  JOHN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1909.  Schoolmaster.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  June 
1915;  Sergeant  April  1916;  Lieut.  Sept.  1917;  Captain  Sept.  1918.  Attached 
R.E.,  Anti-Gas  Establishment,  July  1916. 

DALLAS,  JOHN  D. 

Student  of  Law,  1899-1904.  Advocate,  1905.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  May  1916. 
2nd  King's  African  Rifles,  July  1917. 

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DALRYMPLE,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Law.  Chartered  Accountant.  ijth  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 

D'ALTON,  OLIVER  CLEAVELAND. 

Queen  Elizabeth's  Grammar  School,  Barnet,  Herts.  Student  of  Medicine,  1884-8. 
Q.E.R.  New  South  Wales  Irish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  1910 ;  Lieut. ;  Captain.  33rd 
Infantry,  Commonwealth  Military  Forces,  Aug.  1915.  Assistant  Censor,  Aug. 
1914.  Invalided  out  Aug.  1915.  Training  Battn.,  Liverpool,  N.S.W. 

DALZIEL,  EWEN  GLENDINNING. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet 
Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1916-17,  Cadet 
Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  July  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  France 
1918.  Wounded.  M.C.  July  1918. 

DALZIEL,  ROBERT  McLAUCHLAN. 

Dollar  Academy  and  Edinburgh  Institution  ;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  Lieut,  Jan.  1901  ;  Major  July  1912.  Egypt  1914-16.  India. 

DALZIEL,  SIR  THOMAS  KENNEDY. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1883 ;  F.R.F.P.  &  S.  (Glasg.).  Late  Professor  of  Surgery,  Anderson's 
College,  Glasgow.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1888;  Lieut-Col.  1908.  3rd  Scottish  General 
Hospital.  Surgeon,  R.E.  Glasgow  Submarine  Miners. 

DAMAN,  THOMAS  WALTER  ALFRED. 

M.A.  (Camb.).  Athletics.  M.B.,  C.M.  1897.  Rowing.  Lincolnshire  Vol. 
Regiment  1898-9,  Surgeon-Lieut.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  1908.  4th  Northern 
General  Hospital.  President,  Recruiting  Boards,  Lincoln  and  Leicester. 

DANDIE,  JAMES  NAUGHTON. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1907-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Arts 
and  Law,  1912-14  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to 
Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (T.)  (Highland  Fife),  2nd  Lieut  Aug.  1914;  Temp. 
Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  Sept.  1917  to  March  1919. 
France  May  1915  to  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches  May  1917.  M.C.  Jan.  1918. 

DANGERFIELD,  ARTHUR. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  D.T.M.  and  H.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) 
1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1916;  attached  Royal  Serbian  Army. 

DANIEL,  HENRY  NORMAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1917-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Nov.  1913  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914. 

DARBYSHIRE,  THOMAS  H.  LESLIE. 

Sedbergh.  Cadet  Corps  1894-6.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  Canadian  Forces, 
Trooper  Aug.  1914.  7th  Sherwood  Foresters,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut. 
July  1916;  Captain.  Invalided  out. 

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DARLING,  EDWIN. 

Student  of  Science.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1913  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A. 
(T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain.  Attached  4th  Northumbrian  (Howitzer) 
Brigade.  Prisoner  of  War. 

DARLING,  JAMES  WALKER. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Cadet  Corps  1904-6.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914;  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1909-12,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915  ; 
Captain  1916.  Malta  1915.  M.O.,  ist  Scots  Guards.  M.C.  July  1917. 

DARLING,  JOHN  MAY. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  M.A.  and  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1896-1903,  Cadet  Staff  Sergeant,  and  1906-14,  Captain. 
South  African  Campaign,  1900.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  March  1906;  Captain  July 
1908;  Acting  Major  1915.  France  Aug.  1914-15;  Egypt  1915-18;  Salonika 
1918-19.  D.S.O.  Dispatches. 

DARLING,  THOMAS  NEWMAN. 

Reading  School;  First  XL,  Cricket  and  Football.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and 
L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1905  ;  F.R.G.S.  Physician,  Royal  Family,  Spain.  R.A.M.C., 
Captain  Oct.  1914.  Director  of  Red  Cross  Hospitals  in  France,  1914-16. 
H.M.  Hospital  Ship  Assaye,  1916-17.  India,  Egypt,  East  Africa,  and 
Mesopotamia.  India  1918-19. 

DARLING,  WALTER. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  1908.  3Oth  Reserve  Battn.  Canadian  Infantry, 
Corporal. 

DARLING,  WILLIAM. 

Royal  High  School  and  George  Watson's  College.  M.A.,  M.B,  Ch.B.  1899 ;  F.R.C.S. 
1903 ;  D.P.H.  (Edin.).  1906.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1894-1914,  Captain.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Captain  ;  Acting  Major.  No.  28  Field  Ambulance,  France,  Aug.  1914  to 
May  1919.  Mons.  Wounded.  M.C.  June  1915.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

DARLINGTON,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1916  to  March 
1919.  France  1916-19. 

DARNLEY,  JAMES. 

Galashiels  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  R.F.C.,  3rd  Air  Mechanic, 
April  1917;  2nd  Air  Mechanic,  Nov.  1917;  ist  Air  Mechanic,  July  1918; 
Corporal  Dec.  1918  to  July  1919. 

DAUTH,  DIEDERIK  JOHN. 

South  African  College  School,  and  University,  Cape  Town.  First  XV.  Cadet 
Corps  1905-8,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  1910  to  Nov.  1912.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  1914 
to  July  1915.  R.A.M.C,  Aug.  1915;  Captain  1917.  South  African  Medical 
Corps,  Major  Jan.  1918.  H.M.  Hospital  Ship  Assaye,  1916-17.  Dispatches, 
German  South-West  Africa,  April  1915  and  July  1918. 

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DAVID,  JESUDASAN  SELLYAH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1915;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1915. 
Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  March  1917. 

DAVIDSON,  ALAN  MUNRO. 

Dundee  High  School ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity, 
1911-15  and  1919;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.), 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  Dec.  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1919.  M.C.  April  1917. 

DAVIDSON,  ALEXANDER  WHYTE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1910-15,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  loth  Seaforth  High- 
landers, Private  May  1916;  L/Corporal  Aug.  1916.  3rd  attached  1st  Northumber- 
land Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  France  and  The  Rhine.  M.C. 
Oct.  1918. 

DAVIDSON,  ANDREW  McCONNELL. 

Bootham  School,  Yorks ;  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.D.  (Winnipeg)  1912. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1916.  Canadian  Army  Medical 
Corps,  Nov.  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  Boulogne  1916. 

DAVIDSON,  A.  NEVILE. 

North  Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Jan.  1917  to  April  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1918.  R.G.A.  (Anti- 
Aircraft),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1918. 

DAVIDSON,  ANDREW  RUTHERFORD. 

Aylwin  College,  Westmorland.  F.F.A.  and  A.I. A.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
May  to  Nov.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1916.  R.G.A.  (Forth),  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1917  ;  Lieut.  July  1918. 

DAVIDSON,  DAVID  ALEXANDER  GIBB. 

Viewpark  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Science,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Nov.  1915  to  Dec.  1916,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1916.  R.G.A. 
(S.R.),  78th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Acting  Captain 
Oct.  1918  to  July  1919.  France  April  1917. 

DAVIDSON,  DONALD. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1910-15;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec. 
1914  to  May  1915,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Sapper,  May  1915.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting  Captain  Sept.  1917. 

DAVIDSON,  EDWARD  SELBY. 

Gresham's  School,  Holt,  Norfolk,  and  La  Villa,  Ouchy,  Lausanne.  Athletics. 
O.T.C.  1911-12.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  May 
1915,  Cadet.  6th  and  i/4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Temp. 
Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  April  1918.  Palestine 
1917-18. 

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DAVIDSON,  FRANCIS  ALEXANDER. 

High  School,  Dundee.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15  and  1919.  R.F.A.,  Gunner 
Nov.  1915.  Wounded  Aug.  1918. 

DAVIDSON,  FRANCIS  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Nov.  1915.  M.O.,  2/gth  Middlesex 
Regiment. 

DAVIDSON,  FREDERICK  CHURCHILL. 

Fettes;  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  1913;  Captain  March 
1915;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  March  1917-19.  Field  Ambulance,  France.  M.C.  and 
Dispatches  1915. 

DAVIDSON,  GEORGE  FORREST. 

Berwickshire  High  School,  Duns;  Athletics.  Student  of  Science,  1915-17. 
R.A.M.C.,  Private  April  1917;  Corporal  Oct.  1917.  No.  4  Water  Tank  Coy. 
France. 

DAVIDSON,  HARCOURT  M. 

Student  of  Arts.     Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.     Army  Chaplain. 

DAVIDSON,  HERBERT  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Oct.  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain 
May  1917.  2nd  Field  Ambulance  (R.N.D.),  July  1916.  7th  Royal  Fusiliers, 
April  1917.  Prisoner  in  Germany  Dec.  1917  to  March  1918.  Italy  May  1918 
to  Aug.  1919.  M.C. 

DAVIDSON,  HUGH  STEVENSON. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1906;  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918;  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  Oct.  1918.  O.B.E.  Dispatches  June  1919. 

DAVIDSON,  JAMES. 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15  and  1917-20.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920. 
O.T.C  Infantry,  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  1915.  H.M.S. 
Opportune.  Grand  Fleet,  4th  and  I4th  Destroyer  Flotillas.  Battle  of  Jutland, 
May  1916. 

DAVIDSON,  JAMES. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1886;  M.B.,  CM.  1891;  M.D.  1902.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1886-91,  Sergeant.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Surgeon-Lieut. 
1893;  Lieut.-Col.  1913.  Waziristan  1894;  Chitral  1895;  Sudan  1896;  Tirah 
1897-8;  Tibet  1903-4;  Abor  1911-12;  H.M.  Hospital  Ship  Syria  1915-17; 
Afghan  War  1919.  A.D.M.S.  Kohat  Area.  Dispatches  and  D.S.O.  1912. 

DAVIDSON,  JOHN. 

High  School,  Peebles.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Sept.  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  July  1916. 

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DAVIDSON,  J.  D. 

Student  of  Science.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut;  Captain  Jan.  1918.  O.C.  No.  41 
Sanitary  Section.  France  1917. 

DAVIDSON,  JOHN  POLSON. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918;  Acting  Lieut-Col. 
June  to  Dec.  1919.  France  1915-17  and  1918;  Loos  1915,  Somme  1916  and  1917, 
Messines  1917;  Italy  Nov.  1917  to  March  1918;  The  Rhine  Jan.  to  Dec.  1919. 
M.C.  Jan.  1917  ;  Bar  to  M.C.  March  1918. 

DAVIDSON,  JOHN  RANDOLPH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1903;  B.Sc.  1905.  Lecturer  in  Biology,  Gizeh, 
Egypt.  Egyptian  Labour  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1916;  Lieut  Sept.  1917. 
Inspector  of  Recruiting  (Egypt). 

DAVIDSON,  LEYBURNE  STANLEY  PATRICK. 

Cheltenham;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1907-11,  L/Sergeant  Student  of 
Medicine,  1911-13  and  1918-19.  Cambridge  University  O.T.C.  Medical,  1913-14, 
Cadet.  6th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Oct.  1914; 
Captain  April  1915-17.  France  1914.  Wounded  at  Festubert  May  1915. 

DAVIDSON,  MORDKO  SHLIOMA. 

B.Sc.  1915.  R.A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Corporal;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  55th 
Auxiliary  Petrol  Coy.,  France. 

DAVIDSON,  PETER. 

M.A.  1876;  M.B.,  CM.  1880.     R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1908;  Major  Oct.  1913. 

DAVIDSON,  ROBERT. 

Student  of  Arts.     6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

DAVIDSON,  ROBERT  CECIL. 

Bell  Baxter  School,  Cupar ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1914-16 ; 
M.A.  1920.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  5th 
Reserve  Brigade,  Gunner  April  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918. 
23Oth  Brigade.  France  March  1917  to  June  1919. 

DAVIDSON,  ROBERT  RUSSELL. 

M.A.  1907.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  A.S.C.  (M.T.),  Private  Aug.  1916. 
Italy. 

DAVIDSON,  ROGER  ALASTAIR  McLAREN. 

Fettes;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  1914-18,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Arts,  1918. 
Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Officer  Cadet,  Sept.  1918  ;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1919. 

DAVIDSON,  ROGER  STEWART. 

Perth  Academy,  and  Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1889;  B.D.  1892.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  Highland  Cyclist  Battn.  (T.),  Lieut-Col. 
Feb.  1894.  4th  Scottish  General  Hospital,  1915.  64th  Highland  Division,  1916. 
Mention  1918. 

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DAVIDSON,  STANLEY. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1916-18.  6th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Captain.  Wounded 
and  Discharged. 

DAVIDSON,  THOMAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1906-10,  Cadet  Corporal. 
Student  of  Science,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1911  to  Feb.  1914,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut.  Sept.  1916; 
Captain  Oct.  1916-19.  R.F.C.  May  1916.  France  May  1916  to  June  1917. 
Prisoner  of  War  in  Germany  June  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

DAVIDSON,  THOMAS. 

George    Watson's    College.      M.A.    (Hons.    Classics)     1900;    M.B.,   Ch.B.     1905. 

R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.   1915;  Captain  Nov.  1916.     Mesopotamia  1916.     Invalided 

home  1917. 
DAVIDSON,  WILLIAM  WATSON. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.     Student  of  Law,  1919.      O.T.C.    Artillery,  Dec.   1915 

to   June    1916,  Cadet;   Officer  Cadet   July  1916.     R.G.A.,  6th  Corps,  2nd  Lieut. 

Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  April  1918  to  Feb.  1919.     France. 

DAVIE,  JAMES  MURRAY. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  Athletics.  Cadet  Corps  1912-14,  2nd  Lieut.  Student 
of  Science,  1918.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  191$; 
Captain  July  1916.  France  1915-17,  34th  Division.  Wounded.  M.C.  July  1916. 
Dispatches  Aug.  1916. 

DAVIE,  JAMES  PATERSON. 

Bathgate  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-16;  M.A.  1916.  R.N.V.R.,  Wireless 
Operator,  Feb.  1916;  Sub-Lieut.  Sept.  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918-19. 

DAVIE,  PETER  COUSIN.     (See  p.  748.) 
DAVIE,  ROBERT. 

Broughton    School,    Edinburgh.      M.A.    1912.     6th    Royal    Highlanders    (Black 
Watch)  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914.     4th  Royal   Scots    (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917; 
Lieut.  Dec.   1918. 
DAVIE,  THOMAS  MACNAUGHTON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan.  1909  to  Feb.  1914,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  4th  Hussars  and  5th  Gordon  Highlanders. 
M.C. ;  Bar  to  M.C.  March  1918. 

DAVIES,  ARNOLD. 

B.A.  (Lond.);  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  D.T.M.  &  H. ;  D.P.H.  (Wales).  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  July  1918. 

DAVIES,  GLYN  ALEXANDER. 

Scotch  College,  Claremont,  West  Australia.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  Australian 
Army  Medical  Corps,  Private  May  1915.  Officer  Cadet.  34th  Battn.  Australian 
Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917  ;  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  Egypt,  Gallipoli,  and  France. 

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DAVIES,  H.  NORMAN. 

Darlington  Grammar  School ;  First  XI.  Durham  University  O.T.C.  May  to  Dec. 
1916.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  2nd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Dec.  1916; 
2nd  Lieut.  May  1917;  Lieut,  to  June  1919. 

DAVIES,  JOHN  HOWARD. 

Swansea  Grammar  School.     Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.     R.A.M.C.,  Private    Nov. 

1915.  1st  Welsh  Field  Ambulance  and  No.  7  Ambulance  Train.     France. 

DAVIES,  PHILIP  LYS. 

George  Watson's  College.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

DAVIES,  PURSER. 

Menai  Bridge  Grammar  School,  North  Wales.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  Royal  Navy, 
H.M.S.  Frasffield,  Surgeon  Jan.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Captain  Dec. 

1916.  i/6th  London  Field  Ambulance,  ist  Indian  Cavalry  Division.     Prisoners 
of  War  Camp,  Bramley.     France.     M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

DAVIES,  REGINALD  WYNYARD. 

Hereford  Cathedral  School;  First  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1900-3,  C.S.M.  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  M.O.,  R.E.,  25th 
Division,  France,  1915;  2ist  Indian  General  Hospital,  Amara,  Mesopotamia, 
1916;  and  2ist  General  Hospital,  Alexandria,  Egypt,  May  1917. 

DAVIES,  WILLIAM  HOWARD. 

Darlington  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  to  Dec. 
1914,  Cadet.  8th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.  2nd 
Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  Royal  Air  Force. 

DAVIES-JONES,  CHARLES  WILLIAM  SAUNDERSON. 

Epsom  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  B.R.C.S., 
Boulogne  (Dresser),  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1915  ;  Captain  Aug.  1916. 

DAVIES-JONES,  CYRIL.     (See  p.  748.) 

DAVIN,  ALFRED  LUCIAN  VINCENT. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-16.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical  1915-16,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain  April  1917.  Mesopotamia  1917,  India 
1917-19. 

DAVIN,  LAURENCE  FRANK. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-13.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1909  to  May  1913,  Cadet, 
nth  Royal  Scots,  Lieut;  Captain  May  1917.  Wounded  May  1916.  M.C. 

DAVISON,  ANDREW  WEIR. 

Bolton  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915;  Medical, 
1915-16,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Aug.  1916. 

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DAVISON,  WILLIAM  HENDERSON. 

Royal  School,  Dungannon ;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903  ;  D.P.H.  (Birmingham) 
1908.  L.M.  (Rotunda)  1912.  Barrister-at-Law,  1913.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V., 
1899-1902;  Gunner.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1915;  Acting 
Major,  March  1918.  6ist  South  Midland  Division,  1915.  France,  D.A.D.M.S., 
Sanitation,  Third  Army,  May  1916  to  Nov.  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916,  Dec. 
1917,  and  Jan.  1919.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

DAWE,  JAMES  HENRY. 

M.B.,  CM.  1885.  R.A.M.C.,  1906;  Captain.  Invalided  out.  Plymouth  Medical 
Recruiting  Board,  1917-18. 

DAWSON,  FRANK  INGLIS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902 ;  M.D.  1905  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  April 
to  Dec.  1918.  Surgical  Specialist,  France. 

DAWSON,  PERCY  FURNEAUX. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1900.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1903.  Medically  rejected  1914-15.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  Oct.  1916;  2nd 
Lieut.  Oct.  1917;  Lieut.  April  1919. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM. 

Kirkcaldy  School.  Student  of  Law,  1906-8.  Solicitor.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct. 
1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  2nd  and  6th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan. 
1916;  Lieut.  March  1917;  Acting  Captain  April  1918.  5ist  Division.  France 
May  to  Nov.  1917  and  April  1918.  Wounded  at  Armentieres  April  1918. 

DEA,  ANDREW  BUCHAN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  and  B.Sc.  1911.  Schoolmaster.  R.E.,  ist  Field 
Survey  Battn.,  Corporal  Aug.  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  March  1918. 

DEANE,  CHARLES  GORDON. 

Harrison  College,  Barbados.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  8th  British  West  Indies 
Regiment,  Surgeon-Captain  April  1917.  M.C.  June  1918. 

DEAR,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  to  April  1917,  Cadet. 
Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  April  1917;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Interned  in 
Holland  Aug.  to  Nov.  1918. 

DEAS,  GEORGE  FRANCIS. 

Fettes;  First  XV.  B.A.  (Oxford);  LL.B.  1903.  J.P.  Advocate.  Barrister-at- 
Law.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Captain  Oct.  1914. 

DEAS,  JAMES  HAY. 

Hamilton  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1917.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918.  R.F.A.,  255th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1918. 

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DEAS,  LEONARD  JOSEPH  MONTAGU. 

Clifton  College.  Cadet  Corps  1887-9.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1911. 
Indian  Medical  Service,  June  1900;  Major  and  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Dec.  1911; 
Brevet  Lieut-Col.  May  1917.  Ii2th  Indian  Field  Ambulance.  France  Nov.  1914 
to  Dec.  1915  ;  Mesopotamia  Jan.  1916  to  April  1919,  Relief  of  Kut  and  Capture 
of  Baghdad.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916  and  Aug.  1917.  Croix  de  Guerre  (French). 

DEAS,  PERCY. 

Madras  College,  St  Andrews,  and  Rossall.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14.  Law 
Agent,  1919.  R.A.S.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  May  1913.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Captain 
Oct.  1914;  Major  July  1918.  Serbia,  Bulgaria,  Macedonia,  Egypt,  Palestine,  and 
Syria,  1915-1919.  O.B.E. 

DEAS,  ROBERT  TURNBULL. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Aug.  1917  to  April  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 

DEDMAN,  JOHN  JOHNSTONE. 

Ewart  High  School,  Newton-Stewart.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  loth  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1915  ;  Lieut.  Dec.  1916;  Captain  July  1918.  2/ngth  Infantry,  Indian  Army. 
Gallipoli  July  1915;  Egypt  Dec.  1915;  France  Dec.  1916;  India  Nov.  1917. 

DE  LA  PRYME,  PERCY  CHRISTOPHER. 

Dover  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1896-9.  Senior  President,  S.R.C., 
and  Ath.  Club,  1899-1900.  ist  XV.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  1900;  Major  1914; 
Temp.  Lieut-Col.  1915  ;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  1919.  6th  and  3 ist  Divisional  Train, 
Adjutant  and  O.C.  1914.  A.D.  of  S.  and  T.,  15th  and  2Oth  Corps,  1916.  France, 
the  Marne,  the  Aisne,  Romani,  Beersheba,  Jerusalem,  ist  and  2nd  Gaza,  Palestine, 
and  Syria.  Dispatches  1914,  1917,  and  1918.  D.S.O.  1917. 

DELGADO,  ALFRED  ERROLL. 

Potsdam  College,  Jamaica.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  ist  East  Anglian 
Field  Ambulance,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  Dispatches  June  1918. 

DEMAINE,  JOHN  WILLIAM. 

M.A.  1913.  2ist  West  Yorkshire  Regiment,  Private  Dec.  1915  ist  Worcestershire 
Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut.  Dec.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  France  June 
1916  to  Jan.  1917.  Wounded  at  Passchendaele  Dec.  1917. 

DEMPSTER,  RONALD  SCOTT. 

Perth  Academy.  Cadet  Corps  1914-15,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Law,  1919.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  March  1916  to  Jan.  1917,  Cadet  Sergeant;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1917. 
R.F.A.,  H2th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut  May  1917;  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  France. 
Wounded  at  Ypres  July  1917. 

DKNHAM,  ARTHUR  ARMSTRONG. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec. 
1915,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Nov.  1915.  H.M.S.  Marvel. 

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DENMAN,  WALTER  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Mus.Bac.  1909.  A.R.C.O.  2nd  Leicestershire  Regiment, 
May  1909;  Bandmaster  1913-19. 

DENNING,  FREDERICK  ARTHUR  VERE. 

St  Andrew's  College,  Dublin.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14.  L.R.C.P.  &  S. 
(Edin.)  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1911  to  Nov.  1913, 
Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Aug.  1914.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Princess 
Royal,  Surgeon  May  1915.  Jutland  Battle  May  1916. 

DENNISON,  ARTHUR. 

Darlington  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D.  1895.  R.A.M.C.  (Sanitary 
Staff),  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Captain  Oct.  1916.  Mudros,  Malta,  and  Macedonia,  from 
Nov.  1915  to  April  1919. 

DENNLER,  HANS  LESLIE. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  and  1919.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics) 
1919.  Treasurer  S.R.C.,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
2/4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Attached  1st 
Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  Staff,  Intelligence,  Nov.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

DERHAM,  THOMAS  HANSON  CROSSFIELD. 

Preston  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1894.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1909;  Captain 
1912.  M.O.,  Loyal  North  Lancashire  Regiment,  France.  Shepherd's  Bush  Hospital. 

DERRICK,  THOMAS. 

Lanark  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Lieut,  Aug. 
1917;  Captain  Nov.  1917. 

DERRY,  DOUGLAS  ERITH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Feb.  1916.  M.C.  Sept. 
1917. 

DEUCHARS,  JAMES  McGAVIN. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
Feb.  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1915.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch).  M.O. 
in  charge  of  Wemyss  Castle  Hospital,  Fife. 

DEVEREUX,  ARTHUR  CECIL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1909.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1900-3.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1911;  Captain  Aug.  1914.  2nd  Welsh  Field 
Ambulance  and  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine. 

DEWAR,  DAVID  DEAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1891.  Writer  to  the  Signet, 
1897.  23rd  Royal  Fusiliers  (ist  Sportsman's  Battn.),  Private  Oct.  1914.  France 
Nov.  1914  to  March  1916.  Cambrai  and  Festubert. 

DEWAR,  FRANCIS. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1895.  I-C.S.  2 /4th  and  2/$th 
Gurkha  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Lieut;  Temp.  Captain  Oct.  1917. 

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DEWAR,  THOMAS  FINLAYSON. 

Arbroath  High  School.  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1888;  D.Sc.  1906;  M.B.,  CM.  1887  and  M.D. 
(Aberd.)  1890.  R.A.M.C.  and  A.M.S.,  Acting  Surgeon  1888;  Surgeon-Major 
1901  ;  Lieut-Col.  1908 ;  Temp.  Colonel  March  1916-19.  South  African  Campaign, 
1900-1.  France.  D.A.D.M.S.,  5  ist  Division.  A.D.M.S.,  First  Army,  Northern 
Army,  and  57th  Division.  T.D.  1908.  Four  times  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 
C.B.  1918. 

DEWAR,  WILLIAM  SHAW. 

Dingwall  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1908-9.  Law  Agent,  1913.  4th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  April  1914;  Captain  March  1915;  Major  Oct.  1918.  Tank  Corps, 
May  to  Dec.  1918.  France  Nov.  1914  to  Jan.  1918.  Dispatches  March  1915  and 
May  1916. 

DEY,  KSHIRENDRA  MOHAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-18.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.     Indian  Field  Ambulance. 

DICK,  ALAN  MACDONALD. 

St  Bees  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906 ;  M.R.C.S.  1909  and  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 
1910;  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1909.  Indian  Medical  Service,  1909;  Captain  1912; 
Brevet-Major,  June  1918.  Mesopotamia!!  Exp.  Force.  Dispatches  April  1918  and 
Feb.  1919. 

DICK,  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1900.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Jan.  1909;  Captain  1915.  ist  Highland  Field  Ambulance.  France  1915.  i4th 
Stationary  Hospital,  France,  1918. 

DICK,  JAMES  ADAM. 

B.A.  (Sydney)  1886.  M.B.,  CM.  1890;  M.D.  1892;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1901. 
Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Lieut.-Col.  May  1915;  Colonel  April  1918. 
South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  ist,  2nd,  and  3rd  Australian  General 
Hospitals,  and  ist  Australian  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  1915-19.  Dispatches  Dec. 
1917  and  Dec.  1918.  C.M.G.  Jan.  1919. 

DICK,  JAMES  HAMILTON. 

Ayr  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1917-20;  M.B., 
Ch.B.  1920.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Private 
Oct.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Captain  July  1917. 
France  1916-17.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Aug.  1917.  M.C.  April  1917. 

DICK,  JOHN. 

Ayr  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915; 
D.P.H.  1920.  O.T.C  Medical,  Nov.  1914-16,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
May  1917;  Captain  May  1918.  Merryflats  War  Hospital,  Glasgow,  Nov.  1916  to 
May  1917.  Attached  King's  African  Rifles,  East  Africa. 

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DICK,  KENNETH  SAGE. 

Ayr  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1919-20.  R.A.M.C., 
(T.),  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Private  Oct.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Egypt  1916;  France 
1917-18.  Wounded  at  Arras  Jan.  1918. 

DICK,  ROBERT  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1892-8;  M.B.  Ch.B., 
1898;  M.D.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1917. 

DICK,  THOMAS. 

George  Heriot's  School.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1903-6,  Corporal.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1902-9.  H.M.  D.  S.  Marylebone. 

DICK,  WILLIAM  CHARLES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1899-1900.  Solicitor.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  6th  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  July  1918;  Court-Martial  Officer, 
May  1918;  Assistant  Staff  Captain  Oct.  1918.  France.  Mention  Aug.  1918. 

DICK-CLELAND,  THOMAS  S. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1895-1900  and  1904-6.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  1900; 
Lieut.  (Retired)  1903  ;  Lieut.  June  1917.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-3. 

DICKIE,  EDGAR  PRIMROSE. 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1915-16,  Cadet.  i/5thand  3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Private  Nov.  1916; 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918;  Captain  Oct.  1918.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

DICKIE,  JOHN  KOLBE  MILNE. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  M.D.  1912;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1913. 
Demonstrator  in  Anatomy,  1911-14.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  May 
1916.  Ear  Specialist  to  Second  Army.  France  Oct.  1915  to  March  1919. 

DICKIN,  EDWARD  PERCIVAL. 

Northampton  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D.  1899;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 
1895;  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1895.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  June  1915.  Officer  in  charge 
of  Medical  Division,  General  Hospital,  Tigne,  Malta. 

DICKINSON,  WILLIAM  HENRY. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Major  Jan.  1911. 

DICKSON,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1914  to  May  1915,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  May 
1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  No.  17  Squadron,  1918.  Indian  Frontier 
1915-16;  Mesopotamia  1916-17  ;  Egypt  and  Salonika  1917-19;  South  Russia  1919. 

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DICKSON,  ALEXANDER  BRODIE  HILL. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Glenalmond.  O.T.C.  1911-14.  Student  of  Science, 
1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  R.E.  (T.),  City  of 
Edinburgh  Fortress,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Attached  Royal 
Air  Force,  June  1918. 

DICKSON,  CHARLES  HAY. 

George  Heriot's  School;  O.T.C.  1912-14.  Student  of  Science,  1916  and  1918-19. 
lO/iith  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  June  1916.  France.  Wounded  and 
taken  Prisoner  at  Ypres  July  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

DICKSON,  DAVID  ELLIOT. 

Harris  Academy,  Dundee.  M.B.,  C.M.  1897;  M.D.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1907. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.)  1904,  Captain  1908;  Major  Feb.  1916.  i/7th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  and  26th  General  Hospital. 

DICKSON,  F.  W. 

Student  of  Arts.     i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private. 

DICKSON,  IAN  DUNBAR. 

Epsom  College.  Cadet  Corps  1901-4,  2nd  Lieut.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  M.D.  1912. 
First  XV.  9th  V.B.  Highlanders,  Royal  Scots,  1904-6,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.), 
Captain  Dec.  1909.  France.  Wounded.  Dispatches  1917.  M.C.  1918. 

DICKSON,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.     R.A.M.C.,  Captain  April  1917.     M.C. 

DICKSON,  JAMES  TODD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut,  ist  Royal  Irish  Regiment.  France  1915; 
Salonika  1916. 

DICKSON,  JOHN  RHODES. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1889;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Eng.)  1899.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915; 
Captain  April  1916.  Bacteriologist. 

DICKSON,  JOHN  ROBERT. 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law, 
1906-9.  Advocate,  1909.  3rd  and  5th  Cameron  Highlanders,  April  1915; 
Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Captain  Nov.  1918.  Attached  loth  Royal  Scots. 

DICKSON,  MAURICE  RHYND. 

Marlborough;  First  XV.  and  XI.  B.A.  (Oxford).  First  XV.  Student  of  Law, 
1904-7;  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1907.  Scottish  Rugby  and  Cricket  International. 
8th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1915;  Major  July 
1916;  Lieut-Col.  May  1918.  8th  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry,  and 
1 2th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  France,  Macedonia,  and  Bulgaria, 
1915-19.  D.S.O.  Legion  of  Honour  (Officier),  France.  Twice  Mentioned  in 
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Record  of  War  Service 

DICKSON,  ROBERT  CECIL.  [Killed  in  India  in  1919.] 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Feb.  1911,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Lieut.  May  1912 ;  Captain  Aug.  1915.  France  Aug.  1914  to  Nov.  1915. 

DICKSON,  RONALD  GEORGE  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Glenalmond.  Cadet  Corps  1906-9.  Student  of 
Arts  and  Medicine,  1909-14  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1910-14,  Cadet  C.S.M. 
6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1917; 
Temp.  Captain  Dec.  1916  to  March  1917,  and  March  to  Oct.  1919.  France 
May  1915  to  Feb.  1919;  The  Rhine,  Feb.  to  Aug.  1919.  Wounded  June  1915. 

DICKSON,  THOMAS  BLAIR. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-15.  Student  of  Science,  1919.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Jan.  to  April  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917.  R.F.C., 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Lieut.  April  1918. 

DICKSON,  THOMAS  GRAEME. 

Fettes.  Student  of  Medicine,  1886-96;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and  L.R.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.)  1896.  Derbyshire  County  Cricket.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1918; 
Captain  May  1919.  Machine-Gun  Corps.  Military  Hospital,  Clipstone  and 
Cannock  Chase,  and  Lord  Derby  War  Hospital,  Warrington.  Neurologist. 

DICKSON,  THOMAS  HERBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.     R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Jan.  1913. 

DICKSON,  WALTER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1890;  M.D.  1901.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Nov. 
1915;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  M.O.,  Duke  of  Cornwall's  Light  Infantry;  Cambridge 
and  Wellesley  House  Officers'  Hospitals,  Aldershot.  S.M.O.,  A.S.C.,  Aldershot 

DICKSON,  WILLIAM  ELLIOT  CARNEGIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.Sc.  1898;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901;  M.D.  1905;  F.R.C.P. 
(Edin.)  1908.  Lecturer  on  Pathological  Bacteriology.  Civil  Surgeon,  1915-17. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July  1917  to  April  1919. 

DICKSON,  WILLIAM  FERGUSON. 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  1st  Reserve  Regiment  of 
Cavalry,  Trooper  Sept.  1914.  I3th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Lieut. 
July  1917;  Acting  Captain  and  Adjutant,  April  1918.  5th  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers. 
Suvla  Sept.  1915;  Serbia  Oct.  to  Dec.  1915;  Macedonia  1916-17;  Palestine  Oct. 
1917  to  April  1918  ;  France  May  1918  to  June  1919.  Dispatches  1919. 

DICKSON,  WILLIAM  MUIR. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Nov. 
1914;  Captain  May  1915. 

DILL,  ALFRED  VINCENT. 

Marlborough.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1916. 
Anatomy  Staff,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1916,  Cadet 
Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  July  1917. 

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DILL,  MARCUS  GRAHAM. 

Maryborough.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  M.D.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1906;  Captain 
1909;  Brevet  Major  Jan.  1916;  Major  Jan.  1918.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

DILLON,  FREDERICK. 

St  Bede's,  Manchester.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain 
Sept.  1916.  Neurologist  to  Third  Army,  France,  Dec.  1916  to  Oct.  1918. 
Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

DINGLE,  EDWARD  DOUGLAS. 

Municipal  Secondary  School,  Derby.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1918  to  March  1919,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (Siege)  Gunner 
Oct.  1916;  Bombardier  Dec.  1916.  France  May  to  Aug.  1917. 

DINGWALL-FORDYCE,  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1904;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1903. 
Physician,  Royal  Hospital  Sick  Children.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Aug.  1915; 
Acting  Major  Oct.  1918. 

DINWIDDIE,  JAMES  LINTON  NORRIS. 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16  and  1917-19;  M.A.  1919. 
Munition  Factory,  1915-18.  City  of  Edinburgh  R.E.  (Volunteers),  Corporal  1917-18. 

DINWIDDIE,  MELVILLE. 

Dumfries  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1910-14;  M.A. 
1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  Colour-Sergeant.  3rd 
and  1st  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut  Aug.  1914;  Captain  and  Adjutant 
April  1915;  Lieut.  (Regulars)  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Jan.  1917;  Staff  Captain  July 
1916;  D.A.A.G.  Oct.  1917;  Temp.  Major  (G.H.Q.  Staff)  Nov.  1917.  France. 
M.C.  July  1915;  D.S.O.  June  1917;  O.B.E.  June  1919.  Dispatches  July  1915, 
June  1916,  June  1917,  Jan.  1918,  Jan.  and  June  1919. 

DISHINGTON,  ISAAC. 

Glasgow  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-15.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917,  Cadet 
Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

DIXON,  FREDERICK. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914.  9th  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  2nd 
Lieut.  1915. 

DIXON,  JAMES  HERBERT. 

M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  1908.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1904;  Captain  May  1908;  Temp. 
Major  May  1915  ;  Major  Nov.  1916.  London  Mounted  Brigade  Field  Ambulance, 
58th  Division,  i8th  and  5th  Corps.  France  Aug.  1914;  Egypt.  Staff  A.M.D.S., 
War  Office. 

DIXSON,  DOUGLAS  HONEYMAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.), 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France.  Wounded. 

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DOBBIE,  JAMES. 

Bathgate  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1917  and  1919-20;  M.A.  1920.  6th 
Machine-Gun  Corps,  April  1918. 

DOBBIN,  JOHN  ROBSON. 

Royal  Academical  Institute,  Belfast.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  Army  Medical  Staff 
Corps,  1899-1903,  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  Sept.  1916. 

DOBELL,  CLARENCE  BRIAN. 

Clifton  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D.  1904;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  and  L.R.C.P. 
(Lond.)  1894;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1918.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Captain  1916; 
Major  March  1917.  Mention  1917. 

DOBIE,  DAVID  ROBERTSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1882;  M.D.  1885;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1902; 
D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1906.  2nd  Vol.  Battn.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut. 
1897;  Captain.  R.A.M.C  (T),  Major  1909. 

DOBIE,  JOHN  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1915  to  Oct.  1916, 
Cadet  Sergeant ;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1916.  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Jan.  1917.  France  1917.  Invalided  out  1918. 

DOBIE,  WILLIAM  GARDINER  MURCHIE. 

Dumfries  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1911-15  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders  (T.),  2nd 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  ist  Lovat  Scouts.  France  March  to  July 
1915,  Nov.  to  Dec.  1916,  and  Nov.  to  Dec.  1917.  Invalided  home  June  1918. 

DOBIE,  WILLIAM  JARDINE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1910-13;  Thow  Scholar,  ist  Vol. 
Battn.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914;  Corporal  and  Sergeant  1918. 

DOBSON,  JOHN  GREENLAW. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science  and  Medicine,  1909-15  and  1918-19; 
B.Sc.  1913;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  B.R.C.S.  (Dresser),  1914.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon- 
Lieut,  April  1915.  Russia.  Wounded.  D.S.O.  Sept.  1918. 

DOBSON,  WILLIAM  GOLDIE. 

George  Heriot's  School ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science, 
1912-15  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery.  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A., 
ist  Lowland  Brigade  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Acting  Captain 
March  191610  March  1919.  India  1916;  Mesopotamia  1917-19. 

DODD,  GEORGE  EDWARD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1904;  6.0.1907.  Indian  Ecclesiastical  Establish- 
ment, 1912.  Junior  Chaplain,  Church  of  Scotland,  Jan.  1914.  Indian  Exp.  Force, 
Egypt,  1914.  France  1915  to  Dec.  1916;  India  1917-19. 

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DODD,  HENRY  BLACK. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1913.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1910-13,  Cadet. 
Madras  Rifles,  Lieut.  1913. 

DODGSON,  HENRY. 

Pocklington,  Yorks ;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  Athletics.  Volunteers  and 
Territorial  Force,  1895-1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Temp.  Captain  Dec.  1916;  Major  Dec. 
1917;  Lieut-Col.  1918.  France  1917  and  Nov.  to  Dec.  1918.  M.O.,  2nd 
Worcestershire  Regiment;  igth  Field  Ambulance,  33rd  Division;  3ioth  London 
Field  Ambulance,  March  to  Oct.  1918;  42nd  Motor  Ambulance  Convoy,  22nd 
Corps.  T.D.  March  1919. 

DODS,  JOSEPH  ESPIE. 

Brisbane  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1897;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.I.  1898.  Medical 
Staff  Corps,  1896-7,  Sergeant.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1900,  Queensland 
Defence  Force,  Captain  1899.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Oct. 
1914;  Major  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1917.  Egypt.  Wounded  at  Gallipoli 
Aug.  1915.  M.C.  Jan.  1916;  D.S.O.  Jan.  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916 
and  Jan.  1917. 

DODSON,  HENRY  REGINALD. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-19; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  June  1916,  Cadet  Sergeant;  and 
Unattached  List  (T.F.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1916  to  Nov.  1918. 

DOHERTY,  JOSEPH  DOMINIC. 

M.B.,  CM.  1897;  M.D.  1899.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  June  1917. 

DOIG,  WILLIAM. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1881  ;  M.D.  1892;  D.P.H.  (Dublin)  1918. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  1912.  Mobilised  Nov.  1914  to  March  1919.  i/4th  King's 
Own  Scottish  Borderers. 

DOLD,  CEDRIC  LEWIS. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908  to 
Feb.  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut;  Captain  Aug.  1915. 

DOLONGHAN,  ALEXANDER. 

Annan  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  53rd  T.R.  Battn.  Highland  Light 
Infantry,  Private  July  1918. 

DON,  JAMES  LINDSAY. 

Dundee  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  August  1917, 
Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1917.  R.G.A.  (T.),  North  Scottish,  2nd  Lieut. 
March  1918;  Lieut.  Sept.  1919.  Attached  37th  Mountain  Battery,  India. 

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DONALD,  ARCHIBALD. 

Craigmount  House,  Edinburgh.  M.B.,  CM.  1883;  M.D.  1886;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 
1883;  F.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1915.  Professor  of  Obstetrics,  University  of  Man- 
chester. R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1910;  Captain  Jan.  1912.  Mobilised  Aug. 
1914.  2nd  Western  General  Hospital,  Manchester. 

DONALD,  ARCHIBALD  DOUGLAS. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Sedbergh ;  First  XV.  B.Sc.  1911.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  May  1909  to  Sept.  1911,  Cadet  Corporal,  i/ist  City  of  Edinburgh 
Field  Coy.  R.E.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916. 

DONALD,  CHARLES  WILLIAM. 

Kirkwall  School.     M.B.,  CM.  1892;  M.D.  1904;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1899.     R.A.M.C, 

South  African  Campaign,  1900-1  ;  Lieut.  Feb.   1915  ;  Captain  Feb.  to  June  1916. 

Egypt  Aug.  1915  to  June  1916. 
DONALD,  DAVID. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1888-92.     L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1892 ;  M.D. 

(Durham)  1908.     R.A.M.C.,  Major  1913  ;  Lieut-Col.  Dec.  1916.     Canadian  Artillery, 

1914-15.     Medical  Boards,  1916.     Hospital  Ship,  1917.    France  1918-19.    A.D.M.S. 

Dispatches  (three  times).     Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem. 

DONALD,  DOUGLAS  ALAN. 

Sedbergh.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  June  1916 
to  April  1919.  M.C.  1916. 

DONALD,  GEORGE  HENRY. 

Albany     Academy,    Glasgow.       M.A.     1898.       Minister,    Church    of     Scotland. 

Chaplain,  Highland    Division,  Captain    Feb.    1915;    Major   April    1918.     France 

1915. 
DONALD,  HENRY. 

Clydebank  School;   First  XL,  Football.     Student  of  Arts,  1913-16;    M.A.   1919. 

3rd  Royal  Scots,  Private  Jan.  1916;    L/Corporal  Sept.   1916.     Attached  Fourth 

Army  H.Q. 
DONALD,  PERCY. 

George  Watson's  College.     B.Sc.   1912.     A.M.I.C.E.     O.T.C.  Engineers,  1910-13, 

Cadet.     Field   Coy.    Engineers,   R.N.  Division,  Sapper  Sept.    1914 ;    2nd    Lieut. 

Nov.   1916.     R.E.,  5 1st   Field    Coy.,   1917.     R.E.,  Light    Railway  Forward  Coy., 

Lieut.  May  1918  ;  Acting  Captain  Aug.  1918-19.     Gallipoli  1915  ;     France  1916-19. 

Arras,  Ypres,  and  Cambrai. 

DONALD,  POLLOK. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  D.P.H.  (Viet).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916. 

DONALDSON,  CHARLES  JAMES. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1905 ;  B.D.  1908.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland, 
Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Sept.  1915.  6th  Scottish  Rifles  and  gth  Highland  Light 
Infantry.  Invalided  home  Sept.  1916.  Coast  Watcher,  Royal  Navy,  1916-18. 

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DONALDSON,  HERBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1905-7.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1909.  R.N.V.R.,  Ordinary  Seaman,  Dec.  1914.  Royal  Naval  Division,  2nd  Lieut. 
Nov.  1915 ;  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  Gallipoli  and  France.  Wounded  at  Beaucourt 
(Battle  of  the  Ancre)  Nov.  1916,  and  Martinpuich  March  1918.  D.S.O.  March 
1918.  Dispatches. 

DONALDSON,  JAMES. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917; 
Captain  May  1918.  France  and  Italy. 

DONALDSON,  THOMAS. 

Bo'ness  Academy.     Student  of  Arts,  1912-16.     Royal  Scots,  Private. 

DONNAN,  JOHN  McFARLANE. 

Port  William  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan.  1909  to  Feb. 
1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  April  1917;  Acting  Major 
March  1918.  Invalided  out. 

DORWARD,  R.  STEWART. 

Galashiels  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1912-15  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
Nov.  1913  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  R.E.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915; 
Lieut.  June  1916.  Attached  1st  Mounted  Division,  Signal  Squadron.  Mechanical 
(Cable)  Trench  Excavators.  France. 

DOTT,  GEORGE. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  R.G.A.  (T.)  (Forth),  Gunner 
Sept.  1914.  7Oth  Siege  Battery.  France  March  1916  to  Dec.  1918. 

DOUDNEY,  HUGH  D. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1903-9.  King  Edward's  Horse,  Private  Aug.  1914.  I2th 
Royal  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain.  France.  Twice  Wounded. 

DOUGAL,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1911-15;  M.A.  1914; 
LL.B.  1915.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1919.  R.G.A.  (T.)  (Forth),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov. 
1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Siege  Battery,  France,  Nov.  1917. 

DOUGAL,  ALEXANDER  TAYLOR. 

Linlithgow  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1913 
to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Dundee  Fortress  (T.),  Sapper  Sept.  1914.  Officer  Cadet 
Sept.  1916.  2nd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917  ;  Lieut. 
July  1918  to  Aug.  1919.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force,  Aug.  1918  to  March  1919. 
France  1914. 

DOUGAL,  LAURENCE  DICKSON. 

University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917.  4th 
Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918;  Lieut.  Sept.  1919.  The  Rhine,  Nov.  1918  to 
Oct.  1919. 

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DOUGALL,  ROBERT. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  R.E.  (T.),  Sapper  Jan.  1915  ; 
L/Corporal  May  1915;  Corporal  Sept.  1916;  Sergeant  Jan.  1917.  Attached 
i/ist  City  of  Dundee.  France. 

DOUGHTY,  ALLAN  GORDON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1908-10.  7th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  .Wounded  March  1918. 

DOUGHTY,  WILLIAM  FORREST. 

Boroughmuir  School.  M.A.  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1911  to  March  1914, 
Cadet.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  Nov.  1914.  4th  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Palestine  and 
France.  Wounded  at  Cambrai  Oct.  1918. 

DOUGLAS,  ANDREW  RICHMOND. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain. 

DOUGLAS,  ARCHIBALD  MATHESON. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1909-13,  Corporal.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14 
and  1918-20;  M.A.  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1913-14,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
Private  Sept.  1914.  R.E.  (Special  Coy.),  Corporal  July  1915. 

DOUGLAS,  CHARLES. 

Dumfries  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T),  1909 ;  Captain  Sept.  1914. 
Ayrshire  and  i8th  Brigade  R.H.A.  Dispatches  1918. 

DOUGLAS,  CHARLES  EDWARD. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1877  ;  M.D.  1882  ;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1894; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1898.  Q.E.R.  1873-7,  Private.  ist  Fife  Royal  Volunteers,  1884. 
South  African  Campaign,  1900-1  ;  Hon.  Captain  1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.-Col. 
1907,  attached  R.E.  France.  5ist  Highland  Casualty  Clearing  Station.  223rd 
Brigade,  and  D.A.D.M.S.,  23rd  Army  Corps.  V.D.  1902. 

DOUGLAS,  ERNEST  J. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1916  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
May  to  Sept.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1916.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1917;  Lieut.  Sept.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  Attached  Royal  Naval 
Division,  France. 

DOUGLAS,  GEORGE  JAMES  C. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-14;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1909-14,  Cadet.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  June  1916.  France. 

DOUGLAS,  GEORGE  PURVES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Feb.  1912  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  I5th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915.  France.  M.C.  and  Dispatches  Aug.  1916. 

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DOUGLAS,  GEORGE  ROBERT  POYNTER. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1902-3.  Solicitor,  1905.  Volunteer  Service, 
1899.  Highland  Cyclist  Battn.,  Captain  Nov.  1914.  Attached  8th  Cheshire 
Regiment.  British  Military  Mission,  South  Russia,  March  1919.  Dispatches  1917. 
M.C.  June  1918. 

•DOUGLAS,  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1902-4.  Chartered  Accountant,  1904. 
R.N.V.R.,  Paymaster-Lieut.-Commander  1907-10.  R.N.R.,  Assistant  Paymaster, 
June  1915  ;  Paymaster-Lieut.  Feb.  1919.  Cape  Station,  South  Africa. 

DOUGLAS,  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1905.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Y.M.C.A.,  France,  April  to  Aug.  1915.  Chaplain;  Captain  Dec.  1915  to  June  1919; 
France.  No.  2  General  Hospital ;  59th  Casualty  Clearing  Station ;  2Oth  Field 
Ambulance;  G.H.Q. ;  2nd  Echelon,  and  No.  8  Stationary  Hospital.  Invalided  out. 

DOUGLAS,  JOHN  PRIMROSE. 

Dumfries  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Captain 
Feb.  1917  to  April  1919. 

DOUGLAS,  MACKENZIE. 

George  Watson's  College ;  First  XV.  M.A.  1903  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907  ;  M.D.  1910. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Feb.  1916.  France  and  Salonika. 

DOUGLAS,  OTTO  GERRARD. 

Royal  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1916  to  June  1917,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  June  1917.  R.F.A.,  gist  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917;  Lieut.  May 
1919.  France. 

DOUGLAS,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1912.  46th  Punjabis  (I.A.R.O.). 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Temp.  Captain  Nov.  1917.  49th 
Bengalis;  Mohmand  Blockade  Force,  1916-17;  Waziristan  Field  Force,  1917. 

DOUGLAS,  WILLIAM  GEORGE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14;  C.D.A.,  1919.  8th  King's 
Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Private  Oct.  1911;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  Sept. 
1915.  France  July  1915  to  April  1916,  and  May  to  June  1918.  Wounded 
June  1918. 

DOUGLAS,  WILLIAM  LOW. 

Falkirk  High  School ;  First  XI.,  Cricket  and  Football.     Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  ; 
'   M.A.   (Hons.    Classics)    1916.     nth    Royal   Scots,    Private    Dec.    1915;    Corporal 
Aug.    1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.   1917;  Lieut.  June    1918.     France.     Taken  Prisoner 
at  Gauche  Wood  in  March  1918.     M.C.  Oct.  1917. 

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DOUGLAS,  WILLIAM  SANDILANDS. 

Edinburgh    Academy.     O.T.C.     1914-15.      Student  of    Arts,    1915-16.      O.T.C. 

Artillery,    1916-17,   Cadet   Corporal;    Officer   Cadet  June    1917.      R.F.A.    (S.R.), 

2nd  Lieut.  Oct.   1917;  Lieut.  April   1919.     France.  The  Rhine   1919. 

DOUGLAS-CRAWFORD,  DOUGLAS. 

Liverpool  Institute.  M.B.,  CM.  1887;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1894.  Lecturer  in  Clinical 
Surgery  and  Surgical  Anatomy,  University  of  Liverpool.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain 
July  1908;  Major  1917.  ist  Western  General  Hospital,  Liverpool;  I4th  and 
57th  General  Hospitals.  Overseas  1917. 

DOUGLAS  ELLIOT,  ROBERT  ARTHUR. 

Edinburgh  Institution,  and  Aylwin  College,  Arnside.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14. 
Northern  Bengal  Mounted  Rifles,  Trooper  Nov.  1914  to  Dec.  1915.  I.A.R.O., 
2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Captain  Jan.  1920.  G.H.Q.,  Baghdad, 
Mesopotamia. 

DOULL,  DONALD. 

Wick  Academy.  M.A.  1904;  A.R.C.Sc.  (Lond.).  2nd  and  5th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  June  1918.  Educational  Instructor,  Calais. 

DOVE,  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Science,  1865.  A.S.C.,  Major.  Transport  Officer.  Mersey  Defences, 
Western  Command. 

DOVE,  ROLLAND  ATKINSON. 

Sedbergh;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  CM,  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.)  1893  ;  D.P.H,  R.C.P.S.  (Eng.)  1900.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  Aug.  1914. 
5th  Southern  General  Hospital,  1914-16;  29th  Stationary  Hospital,  Salonika,  1916 ; 
29th  Stationary  Hospital,  Italy,  1917.  O.C.  Prisoners  of  War  Hospital,  Arguala, 
Italy,  1918.  Italian  War  Medal  (Battle  of  Asiago  Plateau). 

DOVEY,  ARCHIBALD  CAMPBELL. 

Merchiston  Castle  and  Bedford  Grammar  School.  O.T.C.  1911-12.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1914-15  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.F.A,  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France  March  1916  to  Dec.  1918. 

DOVEY,  JOHN  EDWARD. 

Merchiston  Castle  and  Bedford  Grammar  School.  O.T.C.  1911-12.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1919-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet;  Officer 
Cadet  March  1916.  R.F.A,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  France. 
Wounded  Nov.  1916  and  Gassed  Aug.  1918. 

DOW,  ALASTAIR  I. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16.  nth  Gordon  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut. 

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DOW,  CARL  WILLIAM. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  Army  Veterinary.  Corps,  Private 
March  1915;  L/Corporal  Dec.  1915;  Corporal  Oct.  1916  Invalided  out 
July  1918. 

DOW,  NORMAN  DAVID. 

Perth  Academy.  B.Sc.  1911.  Princess  Patricia's  Canadian  Light  Infantry, 
Private;  Lieut.  April  1917.  France  1915.  M.M. 

DOW,  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916'. 

DOW,  THOMAS  MILLER. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-14;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Classics)  1914.  Boxing  (Featherweight).  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1910-14,  Cadet. 
Indian  Army  Reserve,  2nd  Lieut.  1916;  Lieut.  1917.  N.-W.  Frontier,  India, 
and  Mesopotamia. 

DOWDEN,  ARTHUR  ERNEST. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept. 
1914  to  Jan.  1915,  Cadet.  9th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  and  Sergeant  Jan. 
1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Acting  Captain  Oct.  1918;  Lieut.  May  1919. 
Divisional  Intelligence  Officer,  Feb.  to  Oct.  1918.  Liaison  Officer,  Trieste,  1919. 
Dispatches  June  and  Oct.  1918. 

DOWDEN,  JOHN  WHEELER. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XI.  M.B.,  CM.  1890;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1894.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Captain  July  1908.  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital. 

DOWER,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1917-19.  Anatomy 
Staff,  1918-19.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private. 

DOWIE,  GEORGE. 

James  Gillespie's  School.     Student  of  Science,  1895-7.     R.A.M.C.,  Sergeant. 

DOWNIE,  DAVID. 

Musselburgh  Grammar  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1907-14;  M.A.  1914. 
i/ioth  and  7th  Royal  Scots,  Private  May  1917  ;  L/Corporal  Nov.  1917. 

DOWNIE,  WILLIAM. 

Bo'ness  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16  and  1919-20;  M.A.  1920.  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  Private  March  1917;  Corporal.  6th  Queen's  Own  Royal  West 
Kent  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  France. 

DOWNIE,  WILLIAM  JAMES. 

Lanark  School.  M.A.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Oct.  1915  ;  Corporal  March  1918. 
Egypt  Oct.  1916  to  Aug.  1919. 

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DRAKE,  LESLIE  ALEXANDER. 

King  Edward  VII.  School,  King's  Lynn.  M.B.,  CM.  1902.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Jan.  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1916. 

DRENNAN,  ALEXANDER  MURRAY. 

Kelvinside  Academy,  Glasgow.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.).  Professor 
of  Pathology,  Otago  University,  New  Zealand.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915. 
Pathologist,  No.  27  General  Hospital,  Mudros,  1915-16, and  2ist  General  Hospital, 
Alexandria,  1916. 

DRENNAN,  MATHEW  ROBERTSON. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.A.  1907;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  Demonstrator 
in  Anatomy,  1911-13.  South  African  Medical  Corps.  7th  Mounted  Brigade 
Field  Ambulance,  Captain  Feb.  1915. 

DREVER,  JOHN. 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Private 
April  1915;  Corporal  Nov.  1915  to  Dec.  1917. 

DREVER,  JOHN  BARRY  STEWART. 

George    Heriot's   School.     Student   of  Law,    1912-14.     R.A.S.C.,   Corporal    June 

I9I5- 
DREVER,  WALTER  SINCLAIR. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.     Student  of  Law,  1914-15  and  1919-20.     9th  Royal 

Scots,  Private  Dec.   1914;  Corporal.     5th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917. 

Invalided  home  May  1915.     France.     Wounded  and  Gassed  May  1918. 

DREW,  FRANCIS  CHARLES. 

Diocesan  College,  Rondebosch,  Cape.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902 ;  D.P.H.  1907.  South 
African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Oct.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July  1915. 
I39th  Field  Ambulance,  1917.  South  African  Rebellion,  1914-15;  German  West 
Africa;  Salonika  1915  ;  France  1916-17.  Invalided  out  1917. 

DREW,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

Fettes  College.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1902.  Student  of  Divinity,  1902-5.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Nov.  1914.  4/5th  Royal  High- 
landers (Black  Watch),  Lieut.  1915;  Acting  Captain  and  Adjutant,  1918.  France 
June  1916  to  Feb.  1919. 

DREYER,  FREDERICK  BERNARDUS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.D.  1917.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.     ;ist  Field  Ambulance. 

DRUMMOND,  ANDREW. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  B.Sc.  1908.  A.M.I.C.E.  R.E.,  Officer  Cadet  Aug. 
1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  April  1918-19. 

DRUMMOND,  GRAHAM  THOMSON. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1917; 
Captain  Aug.  1918. 

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DRUMMOND,  JOHN. 

Napier  High  School,  New  Zealand.  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1897-1902, 
Lieut.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1913;  M.R.C.P.  (Edin.).  South  African  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  Sept.  1915  to  April  1919.  Dispatches  June  1919. 

DRUMMOND,  JOHN  WHITEHORN. 

George  Watson's  College;  O.T.C.  1914-15.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16  and 
1918-20;  M.A.  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  June  1916,  Cadet.  3rd  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private  April  1916.  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

DRUMMOND,  REDVERS  WHITE  SMITH. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1917  and  1920.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Dec.  1917  to  May  1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet  May  1918 ;  Flight  Cadet 
Oct.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

DRUMMOND,  WILLIAM  MILLER. 

Royal  High  School,  and  St  Mary's  School,  Melrose.  Student  of  Law,  1908-10. 
Chartered  Accountant,  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
3rd  attached  ist  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Acting  Captain 
Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917.  ist  Infantry  Brigade,  Staff  Captain  May  1918. 
Wounded  three  times.  France  1915-19.  M.C.  Sept.  1916;  Croix  de  Guerre 
avec  Palme  Oct.  1918.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918. 

DRUMMOND  SHIELS,  THOMAS. 

University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug.  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  April  1918.  Attached  27th  Trench  Mortar 
Battery.  France.  M.C.  July  1918.  Croix  de  Guerre  (Belgian)  Sept.  1918. 
Dispatches  1919. 

DRYBURGH,  ALEXANDER  MITCHELL. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15  and  1918-19.  ist  and  2nd 
Lovat  Scouts,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915.  loth  Cameron  Highlanders. 

DRYNAN,  ALEXANDER  ERSKINE. 

Bedford  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Oct.  1915; 
Acting  Major  March  1918.  i/4th  Lincolnshire  Regiment. 

DRYSDALE,  MATTHEW  ROBERT. 

Sandymount  Academical  Institution.  B.A.  (Trinity  College,  Dublin).  Student  of 
Divinity,  1912-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (T.) 
(Forth),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Singapore  Sept.  1918  to  Sept. 
1919. 

DUDDY,  HENRY  MERCER. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1917 
to  July  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  July  to  Oct.  1918.  Artists'  Rifles  O.T.C.,  Oct. 
1918  to  Jan.  1919.  R.A.S.C.,  Private. 

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DUDGEON,  WILLIAM  CUNNINGHAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1891. 
loth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  1905-12.  Rejoined  as  Major  Sept.  1914  to  Oct.  1918. 

DUFF,  ALEXANDER  MAcGREGOR. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913-14,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut. 
Nov.  1914;  Acting  Captain  Dec.  1914  to  March  1915  and  Dec.  1916  to  Sept. 
1918.  France;  Somme,  Ancre,  Arras,  Messines,  and  Ypres.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917. 
M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

DUFF,  DAVID  KERR. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  M.Inst.C.E.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  and  Anti-Aircraft,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Lieut. 
June  1917  ;  Acting  Captain  March  1918  to  April  1919.  France  1915-19;  Somme, 
Arras,  and  Armentieres.  Croix  de  Guerre  (French). 

DUFF,  DONALD  GORDON. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1912-15,  Medical,  1915-16,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain 
Feb.  1917.  igoth  Brigade,  R.F.A.,  France.  Dispatches  May  1918.  M.C.  June  1918. 

DUFF,  IAN  DUNCAN. 

Royal  High  School.     M.A.  1909.     Schoolmaster.     9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

DUFF,  WILLIAM  RICHMOND. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1910-15,  Cadet  Officer.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1918.  I7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  March  1917;  Captain  and 
Adjutant,  Jan.  1918.  France;  Somme  1916  and  1918,  Ypres  1917.  Dispatches 
May  1917  and  June  1918. 

DUFFES,  ARTHUR  PATERSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1901  ;  LL.B.  1904.  Advocate,  1910,  and 
Barrister  of  the  Inner  Temple.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Sept.  1916.  R.G.A.  (T.), 
North  Scottish,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut.  May  1918;  Captain  Dec.  1918. 
France,  with  Siege  Battery.  M.C.  1919. 

DUFFIELD,  FRANCIS  ANTROBUS. 

Birmingham  Institute.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  Lecturer  in  Physiology,  Sheffield 
University.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  July  1915.  France, 
2nd  and  7th  Divisions.  loth  Mobile  Laboratory. 

DUGDALE,  JAMES  NORMAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet. 
i8th  Durham  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  June  1917.  R.F.C., 
Dec.  1917.  France  July  1916  to  April  1918.  Egypt  and  Palestine  Nov.  1918 
to  March  1919. 

DUGUID,  IAN. 

Linlithgow  Academy.     Student  of  Medicine,  1918.     R.N.V.R.,  Able  Seaman. 

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DUGUID,  PETER. 

Fettes.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Oxford  University  Volunteers,  1903-7,  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Law,  1909-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1909  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  3rd  and  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut. 
Jan.  1915;  Captain  April  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  Ypres  Oct.  1914  and 
Festubert  May  1915. 

DUGUID,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.;  Captain 
Aug.  1915. 

DUKE,  ALEXANDER  LEONARD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Aberdeen)  1888;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1908.  Indian  Medical  Service, 
Lieut-Col. 

DUKE,  MARK. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1915-16,  Cadet  Corporal. 
Royal  Military  Academy,  Woolwich,  1916-17.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917; 
Lieut.  Nov.  1918. 

DUKES,  CUTHBERT  ESQUIRE. 

Caterham  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914;  M.D.  1918. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1909  to  Feb.  1913,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914; 
Captain  Dec.  1915;  Major  Feb.  1919.  3rd  and  2ist  Casualty  Clearing  Stations, 
France  1917-19.  O.B.E.  (Military)  and  Dispatches  Nov.  1918. 

DUN,  ROBERT  CRAIG. 

Loretto.  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  B.Sc.  1896;  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1895;  F.R.C.S. 
(Eng.)  1902.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1908;  Captain  1912;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  Nov. 
1917;  Brevet  Major  Jan.  1918.  Lancashire  Hussars.  Dispatches  Jan.  1918. 

DUNBAR,  HENRY  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902 ;  M.D.  1905  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1908. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1908;  Captain  1912;  Acting  Major  April  1915.  2nd  Welsh  Field 
Ambulance,  Egypt,  1916.  Gallipoli,  Suvla  Bay;  Sinai  and  Palestine,  first  and 
second  Gaza.  Dispatches  1918.  O.B.E.  1919. 

DUNBAR,  HENRY  MERRY. 

B.Sc.  1915.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Jan.  1912  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  Egyptian 
Exp.  Force. 

DUNBAR,  ROBERT  TAYLOR. 

Harris  Academy,  Dundee.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1907-10  and  1913-15. 
M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.)  and  B.Sc.  (Distinction,  Nat.  Phil.)  1915.  Schoolmaster. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  North  Scottish  (T.),  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  May  1917.  Field  Survey 
Coy.,  R.E.  (Sound  Ranging),  Dec.  1917  to  Nov.  1918.  France  1916-17.  In 
Hospital  Nov.  1918  to  July  1919. 

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DUNBAR,  WILLIAM  PATERSON. 

Harris  Academy,  Dundee.  B.Sc.  1911.  A.M.I.C.E.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1910-11, 
Cadet.  Royal  Fusiliers,  Private  Dec.  1914.  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  R.E.,  1918-19. 

DUNCAN,  CECIL  GOSMAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  C.D.A.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  Fife  and  Forfar  Yeomanry  (T.),  Private  Feb. 

1915.  I4th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Lieut.  Oct. 

1916.  France.     Wounded  near  Peronne  Sept.  1918. 

DUNCAN,  GEORGE  LAWRENCE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Captain 
Jan.  1913.  France. 

DUNCAN,  GEORGE  MORRISON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  Aug.  1916,  Cadet ; 
Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1916.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut.  Nov. 

1917.  France.     Wounded.     Invalided  out  March  1919. 

DUNCAN,  GEORGE  SANG. 

Darlington  Grammar  School.  M.A.  1901  ;  B.Sc.  1902.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Nov.  1915.  Labour  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917;  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  Egyptian 
Labour  Corps.  Egypt  and  Palestine.  Invalided  out  Oct.  1918. 

DUNCAN,  GEORGE  SIMPSON. 

Forfar  Academy.  B.A.  (Camb.) ;  M.A.  1906;  B.D.  1913.  Minister,  Church  of 
Scotland.  Professor  of  Biblical  Criticism,  St  Andrews  University.  Chaplain, 
4th  Class,  Sept.  1915-19.  Attached  G.H.Q.,  1st  Echelon,  France,  Captain. 
Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches.  O.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

DUNCAN,  GEORGE  WILSON. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1908-11.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-12.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Jan.  to  June  1912,  and  Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  May  1916. 
Dispatches  June  1916.  M.C.  Jan.  1917. 

DUNCAN,  JAMES  FERGUSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).     N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Dec.  1916. 

DUNCAN,  JAMES  OGILVIE. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.A.  (St  Andrews) ;  B.L.  1907 ;  LL.B.  1908.  4th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.),  Captain  Oct.  1912.  Railway  Traffic  Officer 
Jan.  1917. 

DUNCAN,  JOHN. 

Kinross  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Jan. 
1916.  nth  South  African  Infantry,  German  East  Africa. 

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DUNCAN,  JOHN  ALFRED  ALEXANDER. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1916-18.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec.  1912  to  Oct. 
1915,  Cadet.  3rd  Yorkshire  Regiment,  Lieut.  M.C. 

DUNCAN,  JOHN  DAVIDSON. 

Inverbrothock  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1893.  $th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
Captain.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Captain  April  1915  ;  Acting  Major  March  1918. 

DUNCAN,  JOHN  DONALD  CAMPBELL. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1915. 
France.  Wounded  at  the  Somme  Sept.  1916. 

DUNCAN,  LESLIE. 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  M.A.  (Aberd.);  Student  of  Divinity, 
1914-16.  2nd  Cameron  Highlanders  (S.R.),  March  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  Jan.  1918.  Special  Service  Officer;  Kurdistan,  North-West  Persia, 
1918-19. 

DUNCAN,  ROBERT. 

Macduff  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917;  Captain 
June  1918. 

DUNCAN,  ROBERT  DUNDAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-13,  Cadet  Sergeant.  B.Sc.  1913.  A.M.I.C.E. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1910  to  Feb.  1913,  Cadet  Corporal.  Unattached  List 
with  O.T.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1913.  Transferred  to  Lowland  Division,  R.E.  (T.),  Jan. 
1915  ;  Temp.  Captain  July  1915  ;  Captain  June  1916.  6$th  Division,  R.E.,  France. 
Forward  Light  Railway  Training  School,  March  1918  to  June  1919. 

DUNCAN,  THOMAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14-  i°th  Highland  Light 
Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914 ;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  Wounded 
at  Loos  Sept.  1915.  France  and  India. 

DUNCAN,  THOMAS. 

Kinross  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1886.  Q.E.R.  1878-81,  Private.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut. 
1908;  Captain  1911;  Major  1914-18.  24th  Field  Ambulance,  France,  1914-16. 

DUNCAN,  THOMAS  SMITH. 

Kirkcaldy  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1905-12,  Officer  Cadet. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914-15,  and 
Medical,  1916-17,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut,  July  1917. 

DUNCANSON,  FRANCIS. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1896.  Schoolmaster.  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  Private  March  1916.  France;  Somme,  Ypres,  and  St  Quentin. 
Wounded.  M.M.  Dec.  1916. 

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DUNDAS,  CHARLES. 

Miller  Institution,  Thurso.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16  and  1918-20;  M.A.  1920. 
5th  and  4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  April  1916;  L/Corporal ;  Corporal; 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

DUNDAS,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  M.D.  1910;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.) 
1907.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1909;  Captain  April  1913;  Acting  Major  June  1918. 
France  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  1918. 

DUNDEE,  CHARLES. 

Royal  Academical  Institution,  Belfast.  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  D.P.H., 
R.C.P.  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  April  1917.  M.C. 

DUNDEE,  WILLIAM  BOYLE  HILL. 

Royal  Academical  Institution,  Belfast.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1917;  Captain  May  1918. 

DUNLOP,  ALFRED  JOSEPH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1910-13. 
Cadet  L/Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Captain  Nov.  1916;  Major  April 
1918;  Captain  March  1919.  M.C.  June  1919. 

DUNLOP,  DAVID. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915; 
Captain  Sept.  1916.  3Oth  Division,  France,  Nov.  1915  to  Sept.  1917.  India 
Jan.  1918. 

DUNLOP,  GAVIN  ALEXANDER. 

Merchant  Taylor's.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914  and  1919.  R.A.M.C.,  No.  4  M.A.C., 
Private  Sept.  1914.  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  1918.  France  Nov.  1914  to 
Nov.  1917. 

DUNLOP,  JAMES. 

M.A.  (Glasg.);  LL.B.  1896.  gih  Scottish  Provisional  Battn.,  Orderly  Room 
Sergeant,  1896-1916.  9th  Highland  Light  Infantry  (T.),  Aug.  1914;  L/Sergeant 
Nov.  1914;  Sergeant  June  1915.  Territorial  Efficiency  Medal. 

DUNLOP,  JAMES  ANDERSON. 

Lasswade  School.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  8th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec. 
1915.  6th  and  I5th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  France. 

DUNLOP,  JOSEPH. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  July  1916.  Malta  and  Salonika. 

DUNLOP,  THOMAS. 

Coleraine  Academical  Institution.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893;  D.P.H.  (Camb.).  St  John's 
Ambulance  Brigade,  V.A.D.,  and  Red  Cross  Hospitals,  Torquay,  for  four  years. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916. 

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DUNLOP,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1904  to  July  1910,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.), 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915  ;  Acting  Major  Aug.  1918.  France  1914-15  ; 
Mesopotamia  Jan.  1916-19.  Dispatches  March  and  June  1918  and  June  1919. 
O.B.E.  Nov.  1918. 

DUNLOP,  WILLIAM  FORBES. 

Lanark  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  May  1916;  Acting  Major  March  1919. 
Prisoner  of  War  May  to  Oct.  1918.  Demobilised  June  1919. 

DUNLOP-SMITH,  SIR  JAMES  ROBERT. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  M.A.  1878.  22nd  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  1879; 
Lieut-Col.  1905.  India  1914-19.  Political  A.D.C.  to  Secretary  of  State  for 
India,  and  Delegate  to  Peace  Conference.  C.I.E.  1901  ;  K.C.S.I.  1910;  K.C.V.O. 
1916;  Knight  Commander,  North  Star  of  Sweden;  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem. 

DUNN,  BERNARD  VENN. 

Taunton  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914-15.  M.O., 
V.A.D.,  Leicester  13.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

DUNN,  CUTHBERT  LINDSAY. 

Londonderry  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1892-9;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ; 
L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1899.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Major  March  1914. 

DUNN,  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.     M.A.,  B.Sc.  1905.     R.A.M.C.,  Private. 

DUNN,  JAMES  CHURCHHILL. 

Clifton  Bank,  St  Andrews,  and  Glasgow  Academy.  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D.  1897; 
D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1908.  Imperial  Yeomanry,  South  African  Campaign,  1900-2. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1916.  M.C.  Aug.  1916;  Bar  to  M.C. 
June  1917;  D.S.O.  Oct.  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916  and  Jan.  1918. 

DUNN,  JOHN  PETRIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Music,  1896-9.  Bucher  Scholar. 
4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Feb.  1915;  L/Corporal  May  1915;  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  Nov.  1917.  Intelligence  Corps,  April  1917.  France;  Somme 
and  Ypres.  The  Rhine,  Nov.  1918  to  June  1919. 

DUNNETT,  GEORGE  VICTOR. 

Kilmarnock  Academy.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1900;  B.D.  1903.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  Mediterranean  Forces,  Oct.  1915;  loth  Division, 
France.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917  and  May  1918.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1918. 

DUNNETT,  HAMILTON  DAVID  FORRESTER. 

Kilmarnock  Academy.  M.A.  1899;  B.D.  1903.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland. 
Chaplain,  4th  Class;  Captain  Oct.  1917.  Egypt  and  Palestine.  Attached 
52nd  Division,  Artillery. 

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DUNS,  STEWART. 

Berwick  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914 
to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915. 

DUNSE,  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  Lothians  and  Border 
Horse,  Private  Dec.  1917.  4th  King's  Royal  Rifles,  Rifleman.  Salonika  1916-18  ; 
France  1918-19.  Wounded  Oct.  1918. 

DUPONT,  JOHN  MUNRO. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901 ;  M.D.  1905.  South  African  Campaign,  1901-2.  R.A.M.C., 
Captain  May  1914;  Temp.  Major  Sept.  1915.  2nd  S.W.  Mounted  Brigade  Field 
Ambulance.  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  France. 

DURRAN,  JOHN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  1st  Highland  Cadet  Battn.  1914-17,  Corporal.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1917-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1917  to  July  1918,  Cadet  Corporal; 
Officer  Cadet  July  1918. 

DURWARD,  CHARLES  WALTER. 

St  Mary's,  Melrose,  and  Giggleswick ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19. 
i/ist  Highland  Cyclist  Battn.,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain 
April  1919.  i6th  Highland  Light  Infantry.  Captain,  Brigade  Staff,  Feb.  to  June 
1917.  France.  Wounded  at  Passchendaele  Dec.  1917. 

DURWARD,  WALTER  STEWART. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908 ;  L.D.S.  (Edin.).  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  Aug.  1914,  2nd  Lieut.  Transferred  to  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  Aug. 
1914.  R.H.  and  R.F.A.  (Regulars),  May  1915,  Temp.  Captain  Aug.  1916;  Lieut. 
July  1917.  France  Nov.  1914  to  Sept.  1915,  and  March  1916  to  July  1917. 
Twice  Wounded.  M.C.  and  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

DUSTAGIR,  SYED  MOHAMAD. 

Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.     Indian  Field  Ambulance. 

DUTT,  DWYENDRA  NATH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.     Indian  Field  Ambulance. 

DUTT,  SURENDRA  NATH. 

M.A.,  LL.B.  1912;  B.A.  (Calcutta).  Barrister-at-Law.  Advocate.  Professor, 
Law,  Calcutta  University,  1913-16.  Bengal  Light  Horse  Unit,  Trooper  Oct.  1917; 
Corporal  Nov.  1918;  Q.M.S.  Dec.  1918. 

DYER,  EDMUND  EUSTACE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1889.     R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  July  191 1. 

DYER,  ETHELBERT  WILLIAM. 

Durban  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  D.T.M.  and  H.  1909;  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  1909.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Jan.  1915. 

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DYKES,  ANDREW  LESLIE. 

Warwick  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1910;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Eng.)  1913. 
Royal  Naval  Air  Service,  Surgeon,  Oct.  1914.  Royal  Air  Force.  France.  Italy. 
Dispatches  Jan.  1919. 

DYKES,  HAROLD  BALFOUR. 

Dumfries  Academy.     Student  of  Medicine,   1911-14  and    1916-17;    M.B.,  Ch.B. 

1917.     O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1912  to  Sept.    1914,  Cadet.     Unattached  List,  2nd 

Lieut.  Sept.  1916  to  Aug.  1917.     9th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd  Lieut. 

Sept.    1914;    Lieut.   April    1915    to   May    1916.     R.A.M.C.,   Lieut.    Aug.    1917; 

Captain   Oct.    1918.     Gallipoli,   Egypt,   Sinai,  and    France,  1915-16.     India   and 

Persian  Gulf  1917-19- 
DYKES,  SAMUEL  SLIMMON. 

Dumfries  Academy.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.     No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1902-5. 

R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1912;  Major  Sept.  1918.    India,  Mesopotamia,  E.  Africa,  Persian 

Gulf,  North  Russia. 

DYMOCK,  THEDFORD. 

Linlithgow  Academy.  B.Sc.  (Lond.).  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to 
June  1916,  Cadet  Bombardier ;  Officer  Cadet  June  1916.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  April  1918.  2O2nd  Heavy  Battery,  Palestine. 

DYSON,  THOMAS  EDWARD. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1883.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Colonel  Jan.  1914.     A.D.M.S.  1918. 

EADIE,  ROBERT  BURNS. 

Garfield,  Workington.     Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.     B.R.C.S., 

France    (Dresser),   Oct.    to    Dec.    1914.     R.A.M.C.,   Lieut.   Oct.    1915;    Captain 

Oct.  1916.     India. 
EADIE,  WILLIAM  STEWART. 

Perth    Academy.     Student    of    Law,    1913-14-     Chartered    Accountant.     O.T.C. 

Infantry,  Sept.  1914  to  May  1915,  Cadet  Sergeant.     I7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. 

April   1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1915.     France.     Wounded  at  the  Somme  Aug.  1916  and 

at  Epehy  Sept.  1917. 
EAGLES,  VICTOR  THOMAS  WILLIAM. 

Philander    Smith    College,   Naini    Tal,    India.     Cadet    Corps    1903-8,    Sergeant. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-12;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1912. 

Hockey  and  Cricket  "Blue."       O.T.C.  Artillery,   1909-12,  Cadet.       R.F.A.,  2nd 

Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Captain  Aug. 

1916.     H.M.  Troop  Ship  Ballarat,  to  India,  Dec.  1915.     Mesopotamia,  Egypt,  and 

India.     France  1915  and  1916-17.     Dispatches  1916.     M.C.  (Somme)  Feb.  1917. 

EAMES,  CHARLES  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1896;  M.D.  1906;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.),  and  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1895. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1908;  Captain  1912;  Temp.  Major  Oct.  1914;  Temp.  Lieut- 
Col.  Sept.  1915.  2/2nd  W.R.F.  Ambulance,  62nd  Division,  Oct.  1914  to  March 
1919.  Mention  Jan.  1917.  Dispatches  May  and  Nov.  1918.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1919. 

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EARLE,  LESLIE  MEREDITH. 

M.B.,  CM..  1878;  M.D.  1880.  R.A.M.C.,  Jan.  1917;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Captain 
Feb.  1919.  Netley  Hospital. 

EASON,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  CM.  1896;  M.D.  R.A.M.C  (T.),  Captain;  Major  July  1908.  2nd  Scottish 
General  Hospital. 

EASTON,  WALTER. 

Golspie  School.  M.A.  1913.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  July  to  Nov. 
1915,  Cadet  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

EATON,  ERNEST  MILNE. 

Glasgow  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906,  and  M.D. 
(Glasg.)  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  May  1915;  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1916. 

EATON,  RICHARD  OLIVER. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry.  O.T.C.  1913-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  to  Nov.  191 5,  Cadet.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
Sept.  1915  ;  L/Corporal  May  1916.  7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Corporal 
July  1916.  1st  and  3rd  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917 ;  Lieut.  Oct. 
1918  to  July  1919.  France.  Four  times  Wounded  M.C.  Aug.  1918. 

EBAN,  ISAAC. 

George  Heriot's  School.      Student  of  Arts,  Science  and  Medicine,  1908-13    and 

I9I5-I75  M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.)  1912;  B.Sc.     3rd  Scottish  Rifles,  Private  March  to 

Oct.  1917.     Belfast  University  O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1917. 
EBSWORTH,  KEVIN  JOSEPH. 

Student   of  Medicine,    1913-14  and    1918-19.      R.A.M.C.    (T.).      Scottish    Horse 

Brigade,  Private. 

ECKERSLEY,  EDWIN. 

M.B.,  CM.  1884.  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Eng.)  1907.  Army  Medical  Service,  July 
1886,  Colonel.  Ashanti,  1895-6.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  A.D.M.S., 
Simla,  March  1915,  and  A.D.M.S.,  1st  (Peshawar)  Division,  Sept.  1915  to  Oct.  1918. 
K.H.P.  Dec.  1917. 

EDEN,  LOUIS  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  attached  9th  Rifle  Brigade. 
V.A.D.  Warwick  and  British  Red  Cross. 

EDEN,  THOMAS  WATTS. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888;  M.D.  1891;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.),  F.R.C.P.  (Lond).  R.A.M.C., 
Captain  March  1915;  Major  Nov.  1915. 

EDGAR,  CHARLES  SAMUEL. 

Ayr  Academy.     M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1896;   Boden  Sanskrit  Scholar  and  B.A. 
(Oxford)    1898.     Professor   of  Greek,   Stellenbosch  University.      South    African 
.Campaign,  1901-3.     South  African  Heavy  Artillery,  Gunner  April  to  Dec.  1917. 
Trade  Intelligence  Department,  Dec.  1917  to  March  1919. 

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EDGAR,  FRANK. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1888-91.  Solicitor.  B.L. 
Barrister-at-Law,  Nigeria.  6th  Royal  Scots,  1893;  Major  1908.  Nigerian  Land 
Contingent,  Aug.  1914.  West  African  Frontier  Force,  Nigeria,  1915-16.  T.D. 

EDGAR,  ROBERT  DICKSON. 

Moffat  Academy.  M.A.  1910.  Schoolmaster.  George  Heriot's  School  O.T.C., 
Lieut.  May  1914.  i7th  Royal  Scots,  Captain  April  1915;  Adjutant  and  Q.M. 
France. 

EDINGTON,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  M.D.  1900;  D.T.M.  and  H.  1906; 
D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1906.  Assistant  to  Professor  of  Surgery,  1886-1901.  South  African 
Medical  Corps,  Major  Jan.  1916;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  May  1917.  East  Africa. 

EDINGTON,  ALEXANDER  DANIEL. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1905  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B. 
1904-6,  Sergeant  (Machine-Gun).  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Feb. 
1914 ;  Adjutant  Aug.  1914.  Dispatches  and  Croix  de  Guerre. 

EDINGTON,  DAVID  CAMERON. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.Sc.  1909.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.  1904-5,  Corporal. 
South  African  Army  Service  Corps,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  5th  South  African 
Infantry.  Dispatches. 

EDINGTON,  JAMES  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913  ;  M.D.  1920;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  July  1915.  Croix  de  Guerre  (French), 
1917. 

EDMOND,  JOHN  JAMES  BALMANNO. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1909-11,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.,  Private  Aug.  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  Jan. 
1917.  Salonika  and  France.  Wounded.  M.C.  Nov.  1918. 

EDMONDSON,  REGINALD  ARTHUR. 

Sedbergh.  O.T.C.  1913-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917-18,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1918.  R.F.A.,  I5th  Reserve  Battery, 
2nd  Lieut. 

EDMUNDS,  GARNET  W. 

Student  of  Law.     Chartered   Accountant,  1903.     Army  Pay  Corps,  Lieut. 

EDWARDS,  ALEXANDER  HENRY. 

M.B.,  CM.  1896;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1902.  R.A.M.C,  Captain  July  1908.  3rd 
Scottish  General  Hospital. 

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Record  ot  War  Service 

EDWARDS,  COSMO  GRANT  NIVEN. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Fettes.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1914,  Cadet,  nth  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1916; 
Lieut.  March  1917.  India. 

EDWARDS,  EBAN  HENRY. 

St  Mark's  College,  London.  M.B.,  C.M.  1880.  B.R.C.S.  St  John's  Ambulance. 
France  April  to  Aug.  1915.  Y.M.C.A.,  France  Aug.  1917  to  Feb.  1918.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  April  1918;  Captain  April  1919.  Chinese  Base  Hospital,  France. 

EDWARDS,  GEORGE  JEHU. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1907-14;  M.A.  1910. 
President,  S.R.C.  Licentiate,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class ;  Captain 
Sept.  1914.  Portsmouth. 

EDWARDS,  HERBERT  JOHN. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917-18,  Cadet 
L/Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  June  1918.  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

EDWARDS,  JAMES  H. 

Student  of  Science.     8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Lieut. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN  CLIFTON  SPENCER. 

University  School,  Rochester.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  2/ist  Essex  Yeomanry, 
Private  March  1917.  1st  Essex  Regiment. 

EDWARDS,  PETER  WILLIAMS. 

County  School  and  University  College,  Aberystwyth ;  Athletics.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1910-16.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1912-14,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C. 
(S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914-15.  O.T.C.,  Captain  March  1916.  France  1915. 
Wounded  July  1917,  and  invalided  out  Oct.  1918.  Dispatches  Dec.  1916. 

EDWARDS,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Sept.  1916;  Captain  Sept.  1917;  Acting  Major  March  1918.  France; 
Somme  1916,  Arras  1917. 

EGGELING,  HANS  FRIEDRICH. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1902.  Lecturer  in  German. 
Special  Service  (V.B.  Royal  Scots),  July  to  Aug.  1918. 

ELDER,  ALEXANDER  AUSTIN. 

M.A.  1908.  Artists'  Rifles,  Private  Sept.  1914.  2nd  Shropshire  Light  Infantry, 
2nd  Lieut.  June  1915.  Intelligence  Officer,  28th  Division,  Feb.  1917  to  March  1919. 
France  Dec.  1914;  Salonika  Nov.  1915.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

ELDER,  EDWARD  MEDCALF. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov. 
1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut. 
July  1917;  Acting  Captain  Feb.  1919.  India,  Mesopotamia,  Persia,  and  South 
Russia.  M.C.  Oct.  1919. 

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ELDER,  JAMES  HISLOP. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  191011.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14;  B.Sc.  1914. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1914 ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Acting  Captain. 
Scottish  Command  School  of  Musketry,  and  Machine-Gun  School,  Grantham. 
France. 

ELLIOT,  ANDREW. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1884;  M.B.,  CM.  1888;  M.D.  1894;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S. 
(Eng.)  1892;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1902.  Q.E.R.  1885-9,  Private.  Medical  Staff 
Corps,  Dec.  1904.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1908;  Temp.  Major  May  1915; 
Major  Dec.  1916.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  1st  City  of  London  Field 
Ambulance.  Imtarfa,  Malta ;  Salonika,  and  France.  T.D.  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches 
July  1919. 

ELLIOT,  JOHN  STEPHEN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  King  Edward  VII., 
Surgeon  Oct.  1913;  Acting  Surgeon-Lieut.-Commander,  Oct.  1918.  H.M. 
Monitor  16,  Eastern  Mediterranean,  1916.  Royal  Air  Force,  1917-18;  and 
H.M.S.  Cleopatra,  North  Sea  and  Baltic,  1918-19. 

ELLIOT,  STUART  DOUGLAS. 

Kirkton  School.  Student  of  Law,  1878-81.  Volunteers,  1876-1905;  Lieut-Col. 
6th  Royal  Scots  (T.) ;  Lieut-Col.  March  1915-16.  2/ist  City  of  Edinburgh 
Volunteers,  Major  June  1917  to  Feb.  1918.  V.D.  1899. 

ELLIOT,  WILLIAM  GILBERT  DOUGLAS. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1915-16.  Student  of  Law,  1917  and  1919. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918.  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1918.  France  and  The  Rhine,  Oct.  1918  to  May  1919. 

ELLIOTT,  ARTHUR  CAMPBELL. 

Cheltenham.  Cadet  Corps  1882-6.  M.B.,  CM.  1891.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July 
1910.  M.O.,  Chaseside  Auxiliary  Military  Hospital,  St  Anne's-on-Sea,  and  I5oth 
Brigade,  R.F.A.  Recruiting  Office,  1914-19.  O.B.E.  April  1920. 

ELLIOTT,  GEORGE  MAXWELL 

St  Andrew's  College,  Dublin.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Hockey  International.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916.  Gallipoli,  Egypt,  Sinai,  Palestine  and 
Syria. 

ELLIOTT,  JAMES  SANDS. 

Wellington  College,  New  Zealand.  Cadet  Corps  1893-6,  Sergeant.  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1902;  M.D.  1912.  University  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1 897-1902,  Corporal.  R.A.M.C., 
South  African  Campaign,  1900.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain  1910;  Major  1914; 
Lieut-Col.  1915.  R.A.M.C,  Temp.  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1916.  N.Z.  Hospital  Ship 
Maheno.  A.D.M.S.,  Wellington  Military  District,  N.Z. 

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Record  of  War  Service 

ELLIOTT,  OLIVER  GILMOUR. 

St  Andrew's  College,  Dublin.     M.A.  1912.     Royal  Scots,  Private  June  1916. 

ELLIOTT,  ROBERT. 

St  Andrew's  College,  Dublin;  First  XV.  M.A.  1907.  Minister,  U.F.  Church 
of  Scotland.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1904-7,  Private.  2nd,  8th, 
and  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Private  Jan.  1916;  Officer  Cadet  April  1916; 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  6th  Machine-Gun  Corps.  Salonika 
Nov.  1916  to  July  1918. 

ELLIOTT,  WILLIAM  ERNEST  LLOYD. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888;  M.D.  1900.  Q.E.R.  1883-8,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.);  Lieut.  Feb. 
1913;  Captain  April  1915.  Montgomeryshire  Yeomanry.  Recruiting  Board, 
Ashton-under-Lyne,  and  Manchester. 

ELLIS,  EDWARD  CLEVELAND. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  July  1917,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A.,  Officer 
Cadet  July  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  iSOth  Army  Brigade.  France 
June  1918;  Le  Cateau. 

ELLIS,  ROBERT  SIDNEY. 

School  for  Sons  of  Missionaries,  Blackheath,  London;  First  XV.  and  XI 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Captain  Oct.  1916  to  Jan.  1919. 
S.M.O.,  Railway  Construction  Coys.,  Egyptian  Labour  Corps,  Palestine. 

ELLISTON,  CHATTERTON  ERIC. 

Ipswich.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  M.D.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1917;  Captain 
Dec.  1918.  8th  Yorkshire  Regiment,  23rd  Division,  France. 

ELMSLIE,  ALEXANDER  HARPER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  B.R.C.S.  SurgeonOct.  1914  to  March  1915.  I3th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  March  1916.  N.Z.  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  July  1917. 

ELSWORTH,  GEORGE. 

Thornton  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Captain  Nov.  1916.  France  and  The  Rhine. 

ELSWORTH,  RICHARD  COGSWELL. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888;  M.D.  1901;  F.R.CS.  (Eng.)  1896.  Demonstrator  in  Anatomy. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Dec.  1908;  Major  June  1915.  3rd  Western  General  Hospital. 

ELSWORTH,  THOMAS  GEOFFREY. 

M.B.,   CM.    1900;   M.D.  1906.     R.A.M.C,  Lieut. ;  Captain  July  1916. 

EMSLIE,  JOHN  WATSON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1908.  Student  of  Divinity,  1915-16.  Minister, 
Church  of  Scotland.  2/4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  April  1918;  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1918;  Lieut.  Jan.  1919.  iSist  Chinese  Corps,  Havre. 

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Record  of  War  Service 

ENGLISH,  HENRY  H. 

South  African  College  School;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1910-12.  Student  of  Science, 
1913-14.  Army  Veterinary  Corps,  Sergeant  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917; 
Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  Hussars  and  8th  Cavalry,  Indian  Army;  Egyptian  Exp.  Force, 
1915-17;  India. 

ERSKINE,  ALEXANDER  RALPH. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1908-11,  Cadet  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14  and  1916-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
1914,  Cadet.  Scottish  Horse,  Corporal  Sept.  1914.  nth  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd 
Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916.  France  1915-16. 

ERSKINE,  JAMES. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  R.E.,  Corporal  July  1915.  Royal 
Air  Force,  2nd  Lieut. 

ERSKINE,  JAMES  YOUNG. 

M.A.  1915.     Schoolmaster.     No.  I  Wireless  School,  Private. 

ERSKINE,  WILLIAM  ANDREW. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1914-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1916.  O.T.C.  Artillery  1916-17,  Cadet  Corporal.  Royal  Air  Force, 
Sept.  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Italy,  34th  Squadron. 

ESPLIN,  FRANK. 

Brechin  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15  and  1917-19.  2nd  Royal  Scots, 
Private  April  1915;  L/Corporal  Aug.  1916  to  July  1917.  France.  Wounded 
at  Serre  Nov.  1916. 

EUNSON,  WILLIAM  TULLOCH. 

Kirkwall  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-17;  M.A.  1917.  Royal  Scots,  July  1917. 
R.A.S.C.  (M.T.).  France. 

EVANS,  DAVID  GORDON. 

M.B.,  CM.  1883;  M.D.  1888;  D.P.H.  (Oxford)  1911.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut. 
Jan.  1917. 

EVANS,  HARRY. 

Grove  Park  School,  Wrexham.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.D.  1920.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
1909-12,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut  1913;  Captain  April  1915.  France  Aug. 
1914  to  May  1919. 

EVANS,  SAMUEL. 

M.B.,  CM.  1893;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1888.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  Lieut.-Col.  July  1914. 

EVANS,  THOMAS  RICHARD. 

University  College,  Aberystwyth ;  First  XL,  Football.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D. 
1914.  President,  University  Welsh  Association.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1917; 
Captain  Aug.  1918.  Military  Hospital,  Cannock  Chase.  R.G.A.  and  Royal  Air 
Force,  Catterick. 

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EVANS,  WILLIAM  EDGAR. 

Merchiston  Castle.  B.Sc.  1905.  2/6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Private 
Oct.  1916.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  ist  London  Sanitary  Coy.,  Lieut.  March  1917  ;  Captain 
March  1918.  Mesopotamia  and  Persia,  46th  Sanitary  Section,  Oct.  1917  to 
Feb.  1919. 

EVANS,  WILLIAM  GLYN. 

Grove  Park  School,  Wrexham.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1913;  D.P.H. 
(Manchester)  1913.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon,  Sept.  1914. 

EVERARD,  HORACE  NATHANIEL. 

M.B.,  CM.  1880;  M.D.  1894;  L.R.C.S.  1880.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Jan.  1916;  Netley  Hospital  to  April  1919. 

EVERETT,  WILLIAM. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917. 
Anatomy  Staff;  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  1916  to  July  1917,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C., 
Sergeant,  Netley  Hospital.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon,  1917.  Mediterranean  and 
Bermuda  Royal  Naval  Hospital. 

EWAN,  EDWARD  LESLIE. 

West  Hartlepool  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16  and  1917-19.  R.N.V.R., 
Surgeon- Probationer. 

EWEN,  JOHN  SPENCE. 

Methlick  School ;  Athletics.  M.A.  1899  and  B.Sc.  (Aberdeen)  1905  ;  Student  of 
Divinity,  1911-14;  B.D.  1914.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  gth 
Seaforth  Highlanders;  Captain  Dec.  1916.  France.  Gassed  at  Railway  Wood 
Sept.  1917. 

EWING,  ALEXANDER  JAMES. 

M.A.  1906;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  1915. 
Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

EWING,  ALEXANDER  WILLIAM  GORDON. 

Dean  Close  School,  Cheltenham.  O.T.C.  1912-13.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17; 
M.A.  1917.  Glasgow  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet. 
London  Scottish,  Private  May  1918. 

EWING,  BASIL  GEORGE. 

Academical  Institution,  Coleraine;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  C.M.  1890. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain  April  1916.  Norfolk  Regiment. 

EWING,  CHARLES  MANSFIELD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1908.  Schoolmaster.  83rd 
Canadians  (Infantry)  Aug.  1915,  Sergeant.  75th  Canadian  Infantry  Battn., 
France. 

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Record  of  War  Service 

EWING,  JOHN. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XI.  M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1907.  Lecturer  in  History 
(Colonial  and  Indian).  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  April  1915  ;  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1915;  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Captain  and  Adjutant  April  1917;  Acting  Major 
Oct.  1918;  Brevet  Major  June  1919.  France.  M.C.  Sept.  1917,  and  Bar  to  M.C. 
Oct.  1918;  Belgian  Croix  de  Guerre  Oct.  1918.  Dispatches  March  1919. 

EWKYN,  FREDERICK  BENTLEY. 

Clifton  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  Royal  Navy, 
Surgeon-Lieut,  Aug.  1914.  Wounded  Nov.  1916. 

FAHMY,  ERNEST  CHALMERS. 

School  for  Sons  of  Missionaries,  Blackheath,  London.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-14  and  1916-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  First  XV.;  International,  Scotland, 
1919-20.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Oct.  1914;  Sergeant  March  1915.  France  1915-16. 
Wounded  April  1916. 

FAILL,  CHARLES  JAMES  CAMPBELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-4 ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.), 
L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1908;  M.R.C.P.  (Eng.) ;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.).  O.T.C.  Medical, 
1904-9,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.,  Aug.  1914.  H.M.  Ships  Queen 
Elisabeth  and  King  Alfred.  Royal  Naval  Hospital,  Plymouth,  and  H.M.  Hospital 
Ship  Soudan. 

FAIRBAIRN,  JOHN. 

Queen's  College,  British  Guiana.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  D.P.H.  (Glasg.).  R.A.M.C. 
Jan.  1904;  Captain  July  1907;  Major  July  1915;  Temp.  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1916 
to  Feb.  1917.  France,  Jan.  1916  to  Feb.  1917. 

FAIRBAIRN,  WILLIAM  RONALD  DODDS. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1902-7.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1907-11  and 
1918-19;  M.A.  1911.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  May  to  Nov.  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (T.), 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

FAIRFIELD,  LETITIA  DENNY. 

M.B.,Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1911;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.  (Lond.),  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  attached 
Q.M.A.A.C.,  Area  Medical  Controller,  Oct.  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  Hon. 
Lieut-Col.  July  1918. 

FAIRGRIEVE,  THOMAS  DALGLEISH. 

George  Watson's  College  Student  of  Arts,  1910-14;  M.A.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Acting 
Captain  Sept.  1916;  Acting  Major  April  1917.  France  1915-17 ;  Somme,  Vimy, 
Messines,  and  Ypres;  Salonika,  1918-19.  Wounded  Oct.  1917  and  Aug.  1918. 
M.C.  Aug.  1916. 

FAIRLEY,  AMY  ALEXANDRA. 

Collegiate  School,  Bournemouth.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-16;  M.A.  1916. 
W.R.N.S.,  Clerk,  May  1918.  Port  Edgar  Base: 

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FAIRLEY,  DAVID  ANDREW. 

Student  of  Law,  1896-1900.  Chartered  Accountant,  1901.  A.S.C.,  Lieut.  March 
1915.  Attached  Scottish  Command  H.Q. 

FAIRLEY,  GEORGE  DONALDSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1910;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April 
1915;  Captain  April  1916.  France  1915-18;  Loos,  Somme,  Ancre,  Hill  70, 
Bapaume,  1917;  Arras,  Kemmel,  fourth  Ypres,  Lys,  and  Scheldt,  1918. 

FAIRLEY,  HENRY. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Science,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  Royal 
Navy,  Able  Seaman,  Jan.  1917.  Mediterranean.  Munitions,  Jan.  1916  to  Jan. 
1917. 

FAIRLEY,  JAMES  HENRY  BARRIE.     (See  p.  748.) 

FAIRLEY,  ROBERT  REID. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  Aug.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1916.  R.G.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut.  May  1918. 

FAIRLEY,  WILLIAM. 

Boroughmuir  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1918.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S. 
Ganges  II.,  Ordinary  Seaman,  Aug.  1917  ;  Able  Seaman  April  1918. 

FAIRLEY,  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.,  1908-10.  Student  of  Law,  1912-15.  R.F.A. 
(T.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915 ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  1st  Northumbrian  Brigade, 
5 1st  Division,  France,  July  1916  to  July  1917  and  April  1918-19.  Wounded 
at  Heninel  near  Arras  July  1917. 

FAIRWEATHER,  DAVID  OSWALD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1917; 
Captain  June  1918.  India. 

FAIRWEATHER,  GEORGE  MONCUR. 

M.A.  1895.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class.  9th  Gordon 
Highlanders,  Dec.  1916.  Hon.  Chaplain  Jan.  1919.  M.C.  Jan.  1918. 

FAIRWEATHER,  JOSIAH  WILLIAM  CHALMERS. 

Montrose  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1912-15,  Medical,  1915-16,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer, 
April  1916-17.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Feb.  1918;  Captain  Feb.  1919.  The 
Black  Sea. 

FAIRWEATHER,  REGINALD  M.  D. 

Loretto.  O.T.C.,  1909-12.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Sept.  1914.  4th  and  I7th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut. 
April  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  1917-18.  M.C.  Sept.  1917. 

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FALCONER,  ARCHIBALD  BRODIE. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1908-10.  5th  and  8th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914;  Sergeant  Dec.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915; 
Lieut.  June  1915  ;  Captain  and  Adjutant  Dec.  1915.  M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

FALCONER,  DALLAS  SCOTT. 

Student  of  Science  and  Medicine,  1909-15  ;  B.Sc.  1913 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  June  1909  to  April  1913,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Temp.  Surgeon. 

FALCONER,  GERALD  SCOTT. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  M.A.  1905.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Scottish  Churches  Hut,  Hesdin,  France,  March  to  Aug.  1917.  Chaplain  Nov. 
1917.  The  Rhine  April  to  Aug.  1919.  Gordon  Highlanders. 

FALCONER,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Inverness  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1907-9.  Chartered  Accountant,  1909. 
Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private  Dec.  1912.  Highland  Light  Infantry, 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  France  1915.  Factory  Audit  and  Costs  Department, 
Ministry  of  Munitions,  London. 

FALCONER,  JOHN  IRELAND. 

Student  of  Law.  M.A.,  LL.B.  1903.  2/gth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914; 
Temp.  Captain  and  Adjutant  March  1915;  Captain  June  1916;  Temp.  Major 
July  1916.  France  1918-19. 

FALCONER,  KEITH  DOUGLAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1915.  France  Sept 
1915-19.  M.C.  June  1918. 

FALCONER,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1903 ;  LL.B.  1908.  7th  Gordon  Highlanders, 
Oct.  1909;  Lieut;  Captain  June  1915. 

FARIE,  GILBERT  JOHN. 

Stirling  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain 
Oct.  1917.  Hon.  M.O.  Surrey  Red  Cross  V.A.D.,  and  Hon.  Surgeon,  Wimbledon 
Auxiliary  War  Hospital.  M.C.  June  1919. 

FARMER,  WILLIAM  SYDNEY. 

Stirling  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1902-3.  .Law  Agent,  1909.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Dec.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet.  loth  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb. 
1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  loth  Cheshire  Regiment,  Adjutant.  Dispatches  Nov. 
1917.  M.C.  July  1918. 

FARQUHAR,  HENRY. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  B.D.  1882.  Acting  Chaplain  June  1910;  Chaplain 
Aug.  1914.  Naval  Forces  (Presbyterian),  Dover,  Aug.  1914  to  Sept.  1917. 
Belton  Park,  Grantham,  and  Rugely  Camps.  M.B.E.  June  1919. 

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FARQUHAR,  JAMES. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.,  1911-13.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Dec. 
1914  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.  (Lowland  City  of  Edinburgh),  Gunner  Oct. 
1915.  i/ist  Warwick  Heavy  Battery. 

FARQUHARSON,  DAVID. 

Musselburgh  Grammar  School;  Dux.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  June  1916,  Cadet.  loth  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  Private  July  1916;  L/Corporal.  Salonika  and  France. 

FARQUHARSON,  DAVID  ANDERSON^ 

M.B.,  C.M.  1894.  Professor  of  Physiology,  Royal  (Dick)  Veterinary  College. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  May  1919.  India. 

FARQUHARSON,  DONALD  PETER  McLAREN. 

Morrison's  Academy,  Crieff.  M.B.,  C.M.  1890;  D.P.H.  (Manchester),  1909. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.);  Rejoined  as  Captain  Feb.  1915;  Major  June  1918.  4th  Cameron 
Highlanders.  Sanitary  Officer,  France,  and  Sanitary  Adviser,  Irish  Command. 

FARQUHARSON,  J.  C.  L. 

Student.     1st  London  Scottish  (T.).     Wounded. 

FARRELL,  ALFRED  EDMOND. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1912-15  and  1918-20. 
M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  April  1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  337th 
Brigade,  Driver,  April  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1918.  Mesopotamia. 

FASSON,  FRANCIS  HAMILTON. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1891-6,  Sergeant.  B.A. 
(Camb.).  Student  of  Law.  First  XV.,  Edinburgh  and  Cambridge  Universities ; 
International,  Scotland,  1900-2;  Hockey  International,  1904-6.  Writer  to  the 
Signet,  1904.  2nd  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914 ;  Lieut. ;  Captain 
June  1916;  Adjutant.  Remount  Service,  Salonika,  1918.  Gallipoli  and  Egypt. 
Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

FASSON,  ROBERT  ROBERTSON. 

Merchiston  Castle.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1912;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1911.  Royal 
Navy,  Surgeon  1900;  Staff  Surgeon  1908;  Major  (R.A.F.M.S.)  1917;  Surgeon- 
Commander  (R.N.)  Nov.  1918.  H.M.  Ships  Powerful,  Chester,  and  Inflexible. 

FAULKNER,  HUGH. 

Clifton.  Cadet  Corps  1889-92.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1903.  Medical  Staff 
Corps,  1895-9,  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915  ;  Acting 
Major  1916;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  1916.  S.M.O.,  G.H.Q.  2nd  Echelon.  Dispatches 
Jan.  1917. 

FAULKNER,  SYDNEY  BOYD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

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FAWCETT,  ALAN  WORDSWORTH. 

Clifton.  O.T.C.  1912-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  Demonstrator  in 
Anatomy,  Bristol  University.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915-16,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy, 
Surgeon-Probationer,  April  1916.  H.M.  T.B.D.  Tigress,  Mudros,  Dardanelles. 

FAYRER,  SIR  JOSEPH  (BART.). 

Rugby.  M.A.  (Camb.)  1885;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1887;  M.D.  (St  Andrews)  1889. 
Superintendent,  R.I.E.  R.A.M.C.,  1886;  Lieut-Col.  July  1906.  Retired  1911. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.).  O.C.  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital,  1912.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914 
to  Feb.  1919.  Knight  of  Grace,  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem,  1912.  Mention 
1916.  C.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

FELL,  ALFRED  NOLAN. 

Nelson  College,  New  Zealand.  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1892-6,  Sergeant. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1905.  Rugby  "Blue"  and  International,  Scotland, 
1901-3.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Captain  Jan.  1919.  2ist  Stationary 
Hospital,  Salonika. 

FELLOWS,  FREDERICK  McFARLANE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1892  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1918. 

FENELON,  KEVIN  GERARD. 

Merchiston  Castle.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Nov.  1915  to  Aug.  1917,  Cadet  L/Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  R.E., 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918;  Temp.  Captain  April  1919.  The  Rhine. 

FENN,  ROBERT  MATTHEW. 

Mount  Redford  School,  Exeter.  M.B.,  C.M.  1890.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1916; 
Captain  Sept.  1917;  Major  March  1918  to  July  1919.  Berrington  War  Hospital, 
Shrewsbury. 

FENTON,  HENRY  FELIX. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  ist  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry,  Captain.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain  Aug.  1917. 

FENTON,  JAMES  STEVENSON. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1912.  Colonial  Service.  West 
African  Contingent.  Inland  Water  Transport,  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Lieut. 
July  1918.  Mesopotamia. 

FENTON,  JOHN  CHARLES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1900;  LL.B.  1902;  Advocate,  1904.  23rd  Royal 
Fusiliers,  Private  Dec.  1914;  L/Corporal ;  L/Sergeant ;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915; 
Lieut.  Oct.  1915.  France  1915-16;  Somme.  Wounded  at  Delville  Wood  July 
1916.  Appeal  Military  Representative,  Ross  and  Sutherland,  1917.  H.Q., 
Ministry  of  National  Service,  1918. 

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FENTON,  NIGEL  MACPHIE. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Feb. 
to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.G.A.,  37th  Indian  Mountain  Battery,  Aug.  1915;  Lieut. 
Dec.  1917.  India. 

FENWICK,  HAROLD  HENDERSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1909-14.  3rd  Signal  Coy.  R.E., 
Motor  Dispatch  Rider  Aug.  1914;  Sergeant  Dispatch  Rider  1917.  France 
1914-19. 

FENWICK,  STANLEY. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915;  Major  April  1918  to  April  1920. 
France  Nov.  1914,  the  Rhine,  and  Persia.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

FERGUSON,  ALEXANDER  EDWARD. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  Student  of  Science,  1915-17.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Feb.  1916  to  March  1917,  Cadet.  3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Private 
March  1917.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917.  Wounded  April  1918. 

FERGUSON,  ANDREW  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1905-14;  M.A.  1911; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  President,  Union  and  S.R.C.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1915; 
Captain  June  1918  ;  Acting  Major  March  1919.  n 2th  Field  Ambulance.  Reserve 
Household  Battn.,  Jan.  to  Dec.  1917.  France. 

FERGUSON,  DUNCAN  LAMONT.  (See  p.  749.) 

FERGUSON,  HARRY  S. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1914. 
Highland  Cyclist  Battn.,  Private  1908;  2nd  Lieut.  April  1913;  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Captain  April  1915. 

FERGUSON,  HENRY  TAYLOR. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16  and  1918-19.  nth  Royal 
Scots,  Private.  R.G.A.,  Gunner. 

FERGUSON,  JAMES  HAIG. 

Collegiate  School,  Edinburgh.  M.B.,  CM.  1884;  M.D.  1890;  F.R.C.P.  1889; 
&  S.  (Edin.)  1902;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1884.  Lecturer  in  Clinical  Gynaecology, 
i/ist  City  of  Edinburgh  Volunteer  Regiment,  Private  Dec.  1914. 

FERGUSON,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.A.  1901;  B.A.  (Oxford). 
Oxford  University  Volunteers,  1899-1902,  Sergeant.  5th  Punjab  Light  Horse 
Volunteers,  Trooper  1911.  Indian  Defence  Force,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917; 
Captain  Oct.  1918.  O.B.E.  Jan.  1919. 

FERGUSON,  JOHN  CAMERON. 

Alyth  School.  M.A.  1909.  Schoolmaster.  R.G.A.,  536th  Battery,  Gunner 
Aug.  1917;  L/Bombardier  (Signaller). 

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FERGUSON,  JOHN  JAMES  HARROWER. 

Brechin  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  President,  S.R.C.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
June  1915;  Captain  June  1916.  France,  9th  Division;  first  Somme,  Arras, 
Nieuport,  Ypres;  Italy,  4 1st  Division,  1917-18;  Somme  March  to  April  1918; 
Ypres  to  Oct.  1918.  M.C.  and  Bar  May  1918. 

FERGUSON,  KARL  VICTOR     MACDONALD. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1916-17  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1916  to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Oct.  1918. 

FERGUSON,  KENNETH  C. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  May  1914,  Cadet 
Bombardier.  4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  Dardanelles,  Egypt,  and  Cyprus. 

FERGUSON,  THOMAS  LOWE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  Lothians  and  Border 
Horse,  Private.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1915;  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Captain  May  1916  to  March  1919. 

FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  HAIG. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1913.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  May  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
R.A.M.C.  (Regulars),  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  Nov.  1916.  Wounded  Oct.  1918. 
M.C.  Sept.  1918.  Dispatches  Oct.  1918.  Bar  to  M.C.  March  1919. 

FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  PIKE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1903;  B.Sc.  1905;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1911. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Temp.  Captain  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  April  1915  ; 
Acting  Major  Jan.  1918  to  March  1919.  3rd  East  Lancashire  Field  Ambulance. 
France;  Nieuport,  Passchendaele,  and  Somme.  M.C.  June  1919. 

FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  MACLEOD. 

Student  of  Arts,  1911-14.     Royal  Fusiliers,  Public  Schools  Battn.,  Private. 

FERGUSSON,  ADAM  WIGHTMAN. 

Langholm  School.  M.A.  1890;  B.D.  1893.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland, 
Chaplain,  4th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch) ;  Captain  May  1912.  Craigleith 
Military  Hospital,  1915. 

FERGUSSON,  DAVID  REGINALD. 

Ayr  Academy;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1911-15,  Pipe-Major.  University  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet  Sergeant;  Officer  Cadet.  3rd  and  ist 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1918.  France  Aug.  1918. 

FERGUSSON,  DONALD  CAMERON. 

B.Sc.  1913.  Lecturer  in  Forestry.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1914  to  July  1915, 
Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  R.H.A.  France. 
Wounded  April  1918.  Dispatches  April  1918.  M.C.  Aug.  1918. 

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FERGUSSON,  DONALD  FERGUS. 

Stirling  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Oct.  1914. 
nth  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  and  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  Resigned  May 
1915.  R.G.A.,  i2Oth  Heavy  Battery,  Gunner  May  1915.  France  1916-17;  the 
Somme.  Hospital  May  1917.  Invalided  out  April  1918. 

FERGUSSON,  DUNCAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914-16; 
Medical,  Unattached  List,  and  Lieut.  1916-18. 

FERGUSSON,  JAMES  WIGHTMAN. 

Dundee  High  School.     Student  of  Arts,  1916-17  and  1918-19.    R.F.A.,  Gunner  1917. 

FERGUSSON,  VIVIAN  MOFFATT. 

Burlington  House,  Richmond.  Student  of  Medicine,  1896-8.  University  Coy. 
E.C.A.V.,  Gunner.  Royal  Artillery,  2nd  Lieut.  1900;  Lieut.  1901;  Captain 
1908;  Major  Oct.  1914;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  June  1917;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  Aug. 
1917.  France  Jan.  1915;  Macedonia  Dec.  1915;  Egypt  and  Palestine  May  1916 
to  Nov.  1918.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1916.  Six  times  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

FERLIE,  ROBERT. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1910-14; 
B.Sc.  1914.  A.I.C.  R.E.  (Chemist's  Battn.),  Sapper  Nov.  1915;  Motor  Dispatch 
Rider  1916.  France.  Chemist,  H.M.  Factory,  Pembry,  South  Wales,  1917-18. 

FERMIE,  ARTHUR  NOEL. 

St  Joseph's  College,  Dumfries.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17.  Army  Pay  Corps, 
Private  July  1918;  Corporal  July  1919. 

FERNEY,  EDWARD  MURRAY. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14.  Scottish  Horse  (T.), 
L/Corporal  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  July  1917.  i$th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch). 

FERREIRA,  EDWIN  CARL  FERNANDES. 

Charterhouse.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to 
Sept  1914,  Cadet.  9th  and  I2th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut 
Feb.  1915;  Captain  July  1916.  1st  Seaforth  Highlanders.  Royal  Air  Force. 
France,  Salonika,  and  Palestine. 

FERREIRA,  PHILIP  DENNIS  FERNANDES. 

Charterhouse.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1912-14,  Cadet. 
9th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  May  1916;  Acting  Captain  July 
1917.  France  May  1915  to  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches  June  1919. 

FERRIE,  ARCHIBALD  MCLAREN. 

Student  of  Medicine  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to 
July  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1917;  Acting 
Major  and  D.A.D.M.S.  Dec.  1918.  6th  East  Kent  Regiment  (Buffs).  France. 
M.C.  Jan.  1918. 

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FERRIER,  DOUGLAS. 

Grammar  School,  Old  Aberdeen.  M.A.  1887.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Feb.  1913.  6th  Scottish  Rifles  (T.),  2nd  Lowland  Division 
and  Officiating  Minister,  Hillpark  V.A.D.  Hospital. 

FETHERSTON,  RICHARD  HERBERT  JOSEPH. 

Wesley  College,  Melbourne.  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  M.D.  1888;  L.R.C.S.  (Ireland) 
1884.  Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  1887;  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1914;  Colonel  Jan. 
1915;  Surgeon-General  Jan.  1916.  D.G.M.S.  Australia,  1914-19.  Dispatches 
March  1916. 

FFRENCH,  ERNEST  GEORGE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1909.     R.A.M.C.,  Major  May  1913. 

FINDLATER,  ALEXANDER  JOHN  MACDONALD. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  May  1917  to  June  1918,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  June  1918. 

FINDLATER,  THOMAS  CADZOW. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915; 
Captain  June  1916. 

FINDLAY,  GEORGE  WILLIAM  MARSHALL. 

Dean  Close  School,  Cheltenham.  O.T.C.  1908-10,  L/Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1910-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915;  M.D.  1920.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  April  1915  ;  Surgeon-Lieut.  Dec.  1915.  O.B.E.  (Military)  July  1919. 

FINDLAY,  JAMES  LESLIE. 

Dollar  Academy  and  George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1888-9.  L.Th. 
(Durham).  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  1901.  South  African  Campaign,  1901-2.  Chaplain, 
2nd  Class;  Principal  Chaplain,  Black  Sea,  July  1919.  France  1914.  D.S.O. ; 
Italian  Military  Cross.  Three  times  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

FINDLAY,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1913;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Eng.)  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1917;  Captain  Sept.  1918.  26th  Field  Ambulance.  M.O.,  ist  Worcester- 
shire Regiment.  France.  Prisoner  of  War  May  1918  (Stralsund). 

FINDLAY,  JOHN  MERRIEVALE.     (See  p.  749.) 

FINDLAY,  RONALD  STUART. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of 
Commerce.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  July  1917  to  Jan.  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet 
Jan.  1918.  i/Sth  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1918.  M.C. 

FINLAY,  GILBERT  LAURIE  KERR. 

Winchester.  M.B.,  C.M.  1898.  Civil  Surgeon,  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915.  France  1914-17.  No.  i  Medical 
Discharge  Board,  April  1918  to  May  1919.  Wounded  April  1915.  Mention. 

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FINLAY,  THOMAS  MATTHEW. 

Sandwick  School,  Shetland.  M.A.  1902;  B.Sc.  (Distinction)  1911.  Lecturer  in 
Geology.  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915; 
Captain  Aug.  1916.  France  1918.  Wounded  at  Ledeghem  Oct.  1918. 

FINLAY,  THOMAS  YULE. 

Royal  High  School.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1912.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1916. 

FINLAYSON,  DONALD. 

Wick  School.  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1912.  2nd  and  ist  Lovat  Scouts  (T.),  Private  Sept. 
1914;  Corporal;  Sergeant;  Sergeant-Major ;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  July 

1917.  M.C.  and  Bar  April  1918. 

FINLAYSON,  WILLIAM  LOGIE. 

M.A.  1909;  B.D.  1911.     Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.     R.A.M.C.,  Private. 

FINN,  WILFRID. 

Hymers  College.  O.T.C.  1911-13.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
June  1915,  Cadet.  9th  Yorkshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  ;  Lieut.  1917. 

FIRTH,  ARTHUR  HARCUS. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1897;  M.B.  Ch.B.  1901;  M.D.  1913.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Captain  Jan.  to  May  1919. 

FIRTH,  EDWARD  KINGSLEY  ANSON. 

Haileybury.  O.T.C.  1914-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917  and  1919.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  May  1917  to  April  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  May  1918.  Royal  West 
Surrey  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

FISCHER,  LEWIS  GORDON. 

M.B.,  CM.  1885.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut-Col.  March  1907. 

FISHER,  ALASTAIR  MACDOUGALL. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1904-6.  Chartered  Accountant,  1908. 
5th  Montreal  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Wounded. 

FISHER,  DAVID  LEONARD. 

M.B.,  CM.  1897.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1908;  Captain  1910;  Major  Oct.  1914; 
Acting  Lieut-Col.  Oct.  1916.  3rd  Northumbrian  Field  Ambulance.  O.C.,  86th 
Field  Ambulance,  1916-18.  France  1915;  Salonika  1915-18;  Constantinople 

1918.  D.S.O.     Officier  Legion  d'Honneur.     Dispatches  1915,  1916,  and  1917. 

FISHER,  HARRY  STEEL. 

Glasgow  High  School  and  George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1910-11.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-14  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1911  to  July  1915,  and 
Medical,  April  1918-19,  Cadet  R.E.,  Corporal  July  1915. 

FISHER,  JOHN  W.  D. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov. 
1914  to  April  1915,  Cadet  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  282nd  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ; 
Lieut.  June  1917;  Acting  Captain  June  1918.  Dispatches  May  1918. 

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FISHER,  K.  S. 

Student  of  Arts.     Machine-Gun  Corps,  L/Corporal. 

FISHER,  MATTHEW  GEORGE. 

M.A.  1910;  LL.B.  and  Advocate,  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914  to  Jan.  1915, 
Cadet.  4th  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Staff  Captain 
Aug.  1917;  Brigade  Major  Aug.  1919.  Jubbulpore  Brigade,  India,  March  1915 
to  Nov.  1919. 

FISHER,  THOMAS. 

Leith  Academy.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1917  to  Sept.  1918,  Cadet 
Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1919. 

FITZGERALD,  GORDON  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1898;  M.D.  1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  Sept.  1914;  Temp. 
Lieut-Col.  Dec.  1917.  1st  Field  Ambulance,  East  Lancashire  Division;  Fusehill 
War  Hospital. 

FITZGERALD,  WILLIAM  ERNEST. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911  ;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Sept. 
1914;  Captain  April  1915.  Attached  6th  Manchesters.  France  1917-18.  No.  6 
General  Hospital,  Rouen,  Feb.  to  July  1918.  Railway  Engineers,  No.  i  Section, 
July  to  Dec.  1918.  Portland  Military  Hospital,  1919.  Gassed  at  Passchendaele. 
M.C.  July  1917. 

FITZMAURICE,  HENRY  GODFREY. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1914,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon- 
Probationer. 

FITZPATRICK,  OWEN. 

Clongowes  Wood  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1915  to  Feb.  1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  Sub-Lieut. 
March  1918. 

FITZWILLIAMS,  DUNCAN  CAMPBELL  LLOYD. 

Christ  College,  Brecon;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.,  Ch.M. ; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  and  (Lond.).  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1901-2,  Sergeant. 
South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1913;  Major  June  1918; 
Lieut.-Col.  Oct.  1918.  1st  City  of  London  Field  Ambulance.  Chevalier  Crown 
of  Rumania  ;  St  Vladimir  (4th  Class) ;  St  Anna  (2nd  and  3rd  Class) ;  St  Stanislaus 
(2nd  and  3rd  Class) ;  all  with  Swords.  Dispatches  1919. 

FLECK,  JAMES. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1912-13.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Lieut.'; 
Capt.  Oct.  1916.  Employed  with  Ministry  of  Labour. 

FLEMING,  ALEXANDER  MATHERS. 

Clair  Hall  Academy,  Edinburgh.  M.B.,  C.M.  1895.  Indian  Medical  Service, 
1898;  Major  July  1910;  Lieut.-Col.  1918.  Mesopotamia  Feb.  1916  to  June  1918. 
22nd  Combined  Field  Ambulance,  1917.  India  1919.  A.D.M.S.,  Derajat 
Division.  Waziristan,  Nov.  1919. 

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FLEMING,  ARCHIBALD. 

Perth  Academy.  M.A.  1883;  D.D.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland,  Chaplain, 
4th  Class,  Nov.  1900;  and  Class,  Nov.  1918.  London  Scottish. 

FLEMING,  ARCHIBALD  NICOL. 

Fettes  ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  CM.  1895  J  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  Indian  Medical 
Service,  June  1896;  Major  Jan.  1908;  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1916.  Tirah  Campaign, 
N.F.W.,  India,  1897.  France  Sept.  1914;  Egypt  April  1918.  Dispatches  June 
1916  and  Jan.  1918.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1918. 

FLEMING,  DAVID. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15;  M.A.  1914.  Schoolmaster. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Oct.  1914.  4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  Attached  i/sth  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders.  France  and  Palestine.  Wounded  April  1915.  M.C.  and  Croix 
de  Guerre  avec  Palme  Nov.  1918. 

FLEMING,  DAVID  PINKERTON. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1900-2.  M.A.  and  LL.B.  (Glasg).  Advocate,  1902.  5th 
Scottish  Rifles,  Feb.  1915  ;  Captain  Feb.  1915  ;  Major  Oct.  1918.  M.C. ;  Croix  de 
Guerre  (Belgian).  Dispatches  Feb.  1917. 

FLEMING,  GEORGE. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891  ;  M.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1895.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Sept.  1916;  Captain  Sept  1917.  Hospital  Ship,  March  to  April  1917.  Connaught 
Hospital,  Aldershot. 

FLEMING,  JOHN  GAGE. 

Ampleforth  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  R.A.M.C.,  Aug.  1916,  Captain.  44th 
General  Hospital. 

FLEMING,  ROBERT. 

Student  of  Law,  1893-5.  S.S.C.  1899.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Capt.  Sept.  1914; 
Major.  Employed  with  Ministry  of  National  Service. 

FLEMING,  ROBERT  ALEXANDER. 

Larchfield,  Helensburgh,  and  Craigmount,  Edinburgh.  M.A.  1884;  M.B.,  C.M. 
1888;  M.D.  1896;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin:)  1892.  Senior  Lecturer  in  Clinical  Medicine, 
R.I.E.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1908.  Mobilised  Sept.  1914;  Major  March  1918. 
2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital.  Salonika  July  1916  to  Feb.  1918. 

FLEMING,  SAMUEL. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1890;  D.P.H.  (Camb.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain 
Jan.  1916;  Major  March  1916;  Brevet  Lieut.-Col.  June  1919.  General  Courts- 
Martial  H.Q.,  Aldershot,  March  1915  to  Jan.  1918.  D.A.D.G.  and  Legal  Adviser, 
Army  Medical  Department,  War  Office,  1918-19.  Mention  Jan.  1917. 

FLEMING,  WILLIAM  ARNOT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1900;  LL.B.  1902.  Advocate,  1904.  8th  Royal 
Scots  (T.),  Captain  Jan.  1915.  Pioneers,  5ist  Division.  France  1917-18. 
Wounded. 

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FLEMINGTON,  ROBERT  RUSSELL. 

Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  R.G.A.,  Forth  (T.),  June  1913;  Captain  Oct.  1915. 
Indian  Army  Supply  and  Transport  Corps,  Captain. 

FLETCHER,  C.  M.  R. 

Student  of  Medicine.     Royal  Navy,  Assistant  Surgeon. 

FLETCHER,  FRANCIS  SAMUEL  BROOK. 

Giggleswick;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain 
Feb.  1917  to  April  1919. 

FLETCHER,  HENRY  JAMES. 

Tonbridge  and  Owens  College,  Manchester.  M.B.,  CM.  1882.  R.A.M.C.  (Reg.), 
1885.  Indian  Frontier,  1891;  South  African  Campaign,  1900-2;  Lieut-Col. 
May  1905.  Employed  1917-18. 

FLETCHER,  HUGH  NETHERSOLE. 

Charterhouse.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  M.D.  1909;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1905.  First  XV. 
and  XI.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1911.  2nd  Eastern  General  Hospital,  Aug.  1914 
to  Sept.  1917.  55th  General  Hospital,  France,  Oct.  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

FLETCHER,  JOHN  SANDISON. 

Wick  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-19.  Gordon  Highlanders  (Graduate 
Battn.),  Private. 

FLETCHER,  JOSEPH  EDWARD. 

Edward  VI.  School,  Retford  ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C,  Private  Aug.  1915. 
2/20th  London  Regiment,  Private  May  1916;  L/Corporal  Nov.  1916.  7th 
Sherwood  Foresters,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  to  Nov.  1917. 

FLETCHER,  MILES  HENRY  ALEXANDER. 

St  Edward's,  Oxford.  O.T.C.  1909-11.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Nov.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  56th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  Royal  Air  Force,  Oct.  1917.  Cape  Helles, 
Dardanelles  1915;  Mesopotamia  1916-17;  Egypt  1918. 

FLETCHER,  ROBERT  FRANCIS  GORDON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1915-16,  Cadet;  B.Q.M.S. ; 
Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1917.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917.  Salonika. 

FLETCHER,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1892.     R.A.M.C,  Captain  July  1916.     D.S.O. 

FLETT,  DAVID  ALEXANDER. 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914 
to  June  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915;  Lieut.  Sept  1916; 
Acting  Captain. 

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FLETT,  JAMES  THOMAS. 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  Jan.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.E.,  City  of  Dundee,  Sapper  Oct.  1914. 
R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting  Captain  Dec.  1917; 
Acting  Major  March  1919. 

FOGGIE,  WILLIAM  EDWARD. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.A.  1889;  M.B.,  CM.  1893;  M.D.  1910.  Lecturer, 
Diseases  of  Skin,  St  Andrews  University.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Feb.  1897,  Lieut-Col. 
May  1913.  3rd  Highland  Field  Ambulance.  D.S.O.  June  1918;  T.D.  1918. 
Dispatches  April  1918.  Associate,  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem. 

FOGGO,  JOHN  F. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1917.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  to 
Nov.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Nov.  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  Flight  Cadet 
May  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  July  1918.  France;  2O5th  Squadron. 

FOOTE,  WILLIAM. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1909-12  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1912. 
4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  Wounded  at  Gallipoli  July  1915. 

FORBES,  ALASTAIR  GORDON. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908-13,  Cadet  Farrier 
Sergeant.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Sept.  1914  to  Oct.  1919.  De 
Beers  Ambulance  Corps.  German  S.-W.  Africa;  Egypt  and  France  1914-18. 
Wounded.  M.C. 

FORBES,  ALEXANDER  KEITH. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Naval  Transport  Service,  Surgeon  Aug. 
to  Oct.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1915.  France  1914. 
ist  Coldstream  Guards.  Serbian  Order  of  St  Sava  ($th  Class),  June  1915. 
M.C.  Sept.  1918. 

FORBES,  DAVID  LAING. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Sept. 
1914.  255th  Brigade,  5ist  Division. 

FORBES,  DONALD  THOMSON. 

Pitlochry  School.  M.A.  1911.  5th  and  I2th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private 
Nov.  1915;  L/Corporal  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1918.  Attached  Scottish  Rifles. 
France  1918-19. 

FORBES,  DUNCAN. 

Perth  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.,B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1901  ;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1901. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Sanitary  Corps,  Captain  ;  Major  Oct.  1915.  M.B.E. 

FORBES,  HENRY  NICOLL. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Phil.)  1912.  Oxford  University, 
1912-14.  Minister,  Church  of  England,  1914.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Nov.  1915. 

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FORBES,  JAMES. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1914-15,  Cadet.  Army  Gymnastic  Staff,  C.S.M.  Instructor. 

FORBES,  JOHN  DOUGLAS. 

Ayr  Academy;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  1910-14.  Student  of  Arts,  1916-17  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1916-17,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  East  Kent  Regiment  (Buffs),  Private 
June  1917.  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 

FORBES,  JOHN  RICHARD  MACKENZIE. 

Stobhill  School.  M.A.  1902 ;  B.D.  1906.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Motor 
Ambulance  (Driver)  1915-16.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Captain  Aug.  1916.  France; 
Somme,  and  Belgium;  34th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  1916-17. 

FORBES,  LEWIS  JEX-BLAKE. 

B.Sc.  1910.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1908-10,  Cadet;  transferred  to  Engineers.  R.G.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915.  R.E.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain.  Egypt. 

FORBES,  WILLIAM  JOHN. 

Crieff  and  Perth  Academies.  M.A.  1906;  B.D.  1909.  Minister,  Church  of 
Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Captain  May  1916.  Royal  Scots  and  R.E. 

FORBES,  WILLIAM  SMITH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1911-15,  Captain  and  O.C.  Oct.  1914  to  April 
1915.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  April  1915.  i/ist  London  Casualty  Clearing 
Station. 

FORD,  PATRICK  JOHNSTON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  (Oxford) ;  LL.B.  1907.  Advocate  1907.  M.P.  1920. 
2/4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914  to  April  1915.  Invalided  out. 
Military  Representative,  Midlothian  Tribunal,  1915-16.  Temp.  Hon.  Lieut. 
Recruiting,  Jan.  1917.  General  Staff,  Scottish  Command,  Nov.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

FORD,  STANLEY. 

Bridlington  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-14  and  1919-20.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1918  to  Feb.  1919,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Dec.  1914. 

FORD  ROBERTSON,  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1915-16.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  April  1917-18,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet,  April  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1919. 

FORD  ROBERTSON,  WILLIAM  MARSDEN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1915-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  April  1917-18,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
Feb.  1919. 

FORDYCE,  ALEXANDER  RUSSELL. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1914; 
Captain  June  1915.  France.  Wounded  March  1918. 

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FORKER,  THOMAS  McEWEN. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade), 
Corporal  Sept.  1915. 

FORMAN,  ARTHUR. 

Merchiston   Castle;   First   XI.     Cadet   Corps    1902-7,   Cadet   Pipe-Major.     B.Sc. 

(Glasg.).     A.M.I.C.E.     University  O.T.C.  Engineers,   1912-13,  Cadet  L/Corporal- 

R.E.,  85th  Field  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain  April 

1918;    Acting   Major   Feb.    1919-      66th  Field   Coy.,   Dec.    1918   to   Feb.    1919. 

Baghdad    Railways,   Feb.   to    Aug.    1919.      M.C.   Jan.    1918 ;    Croix    de   Guerre 

(Salonika)  Sept.  1916. 
FORREST,  ANDREW  WALKER. 

George  Watson's  College.     Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.A.  1912; 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915;  M.D.  1920.     O.T.C.  Infantry,  1910-13,  Medical,  1914-15.  Cadet. 

R.A.M.C.,   Lieut.   May   1915;    Captain   May   1916  to   April   1919.     loth   Royal 

Hussars.     France  1915-18;  second  Ypres,  Loos  1915;  Arras  1917;  Cambrai  1918. 

Wounded  March  1918. 

FORREST,  GAVIN  ADDIE. 

Glasgow  High  School.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.     N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Feb.  1916. 

FORREST,  JAMES  AQUILON. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1895.  Royal  Navy,  1898;  Surgeon-Commander,  1914.  H.M.  Ships 
Berwick,  Lancaster,  and  Vincent. 

FORREST,  JOHN  VINCENT. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1894.  Army  Medical  Service,  July  1895  ;  Lieut-Col.  March  1915  ; 
Colonel  Dec.  1917.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1902.  France  1914;  Italy 

1918.  Dispatches  Oct.   1914,  May   1915,  June   1916,  June   1918,  Jan.  and  June 

1919.  C.M.G.  June  1916.     Associate,  Order  of  St  John  of  Jerusalem,  Dec.  1916. 
C.B.  June  1919. 

FORREST,  PETER. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.     4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

FORREST,  STEPHEN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1903  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907 ;  M.D.  1910.  University 
Coy.,  E.C.A.V.  1902,  Gunner.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916.  Mudros 
1915  ;  Egypt  1916. 

FORRESTER,  ROBERT  BLAIR. 

Lancaster  Royal  Grammar  School.  M.A.  (Hons.  Econ.  Sc.)  1909.  Lecturer  in 
Economics,  Manchester  University,  1909-12,  and  Aberdeen  University,  1912-19. 
Machine-Gun  Corps  (T.),  Private  July  1918. 

FORRESTER,  ROBERT  CAIRNS. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1913-15-  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19. 
7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Lieut.  Sept.  1916.  France  1917-18; 
Ypres  and  Cambrai.  Twice  Wounded. 

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FORRESTER,  WILLIAM  ROXBURGH. 

Glasgow  Academy.     Student  of  Arts,  1912-14;   M.A.  (Hons.  Ment.  Phil.)  1914. 

Assistant,   Moral   Philosophy.     5th   and    i$th   Royal    Scots,   Private   Oct.    1914. 

nth  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914.     R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915; 

Lieut.   July    1917.     France   Sept.    1915;    Mesopotamia   Jan.    1916;    Persia   June 

1918;    India  Dec.  1918.     M.C.  July  1918. 
FORSON,  MARGARET  WIGHTMAN. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XI.     M.A.  1912.     Q.M.A.A.C.,  May  1917. 

FORSTER,  WILLIAM  CHARLES  HUGHAN. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1896.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Major  Jan.  1911. 

FORSYTH,  A.  R. 

Student.  A.S.C.  (T.),  Captain  Aug.  1914.  Highland  Mounted  Brigade,  Transport 
and  Supply  Column. 

FORSYTH,  CHARLES. 

Wakefield  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1908;  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  1902  ;  D.T.M.  (Liverpool).  Lecturer  on  Midwifery,  Hong-Kong  University. 
Attached  R.A.M.C.,  Oct.  1914.  M.O.  in  charge  of  German  Camp,  Hong-Kong. 

FORSYTH,  CHARLES  CALDER. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.),  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1913; 
L.D.S.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1911  to  Nov.  1913,  Cadet.  8th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July 
1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918  to  March  1919.  France  June  1915  to  Jan.  1917. 
Dispatches  1916  and  1918.  M.C.  April  1918. 

FORSYTH,  HENRY  RUSSELL. 

Montrose  Academy;  First  XV.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1915  to  Jan. 
1916,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

FORSYTH,  WILLIAM  HENRY. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  D.T.M.  and  H.  1910.  Medical  Staff" 
Corps  (V.),  1899-1902,  Private.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1906;  Major  July  1916;  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1916.  France  1914.  38th  Field  Ambulance  and  No.  15  Casualty 
Clearing  Station.  Dispatches  May  1917  and  Nov.  1918.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1919. 

FORTUNE,  ERNEST  GEORGE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  C.M.  1892;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain 
July  1908.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  3rd  Scottish  General  Hospital. 

FORTUNE,  MACKENZIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May 
to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916; 
Captain  1918.  1st  Lowland  Brigade.  France  Jan.  1916-19.  M.C. 

FOSTER,  ARTHUR. 

Caterham  Congregational  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893  ;  M.D.  1897.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Captain  July  1915.  5th  Northern  General  Hospital,  Leicester. 

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FOSTER,  FRANCIS  GREGORY. 

Fettes.  M.A.  1907;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-13,  Cadet  Colour- 
Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  April  1913.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914,  Captain 
April  1915;  Acting  Major  Nov.  1918.  France  1914.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917  and 
April  1919. 

FOSTER,  LANCELOT  WILLIAM. 

Thanet  School,  Kent.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1912-14; 
Cadet.  Croix  Rouge  Francaise.  Artists' Rifles,  Private  Oct.  1917.  Attached  63rd 
Naval  Division,  France.  Wounded  and  taken  Prisoner  near  Cambrai,  March  1918. 

FOSTER,  MALCOLM. 

Sedbergh.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
Nov.  1915  to  July  1916,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Scottish  Horse,  Private. 
R.A.M.C  (S.R.),  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  Jan.  1917.  Mesopotamia,  Persia, 
and  N.-W.  Frontier,  India.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917. 

FOTHERGILL,  ALAN  ARMOUR. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16 
and  1918-19.  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  May  1916;  L/Corporal. 
France.  Gassed  1918. 

FOTHERGILL,  GEORGE  ALGERNON. 

Uppingham;  Athletics.  M.B.,  CM.  1895.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  3C 
Reserve  Brigade,  R.F.A. ;  Connaught  and  Cambridge  Hospitals.  M.O.,  ist  Cavalry 
Brigade,  and  Royal  Irish  Rifles,  Aldershot. 

FOTHERGILL,  REGINALD  HANNAY. 

Repton.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  R. A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1915  ;  Captain  1916.  Wounded 
1916.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

FOUCHE,  FRANC.OIS  PETRUS. 

Graaff  Reinet  College;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1899-1903,  Sergeant- 
Major.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Oct.  1914 
to  Feb.  1915.  South  African  Rebellion. 

FOULIS,  DOUGLAS  AINSLIE. 

George  Watson's  College ;  First  XV.  M.A.  1905.  loth  Scottish  Rifles,  Private 
Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Major  and  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  March  1918. 
France.  D.S.O.  April  1917.  Three  times  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

FOWLER,  JAMES. 

Hawick  Academy.  M.A.  1910;  B.Sc.  1912.  Science  Master.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1908-10,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1910.  Royal  Air 
Force  (Canada),  Aug.  1918. 

FOWLER,  JAMES  STEWART. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  C.M.  1892;  M.D.  1899.  Lecturer,  Diseases  of 
Children.  R.A.M.C,  Captain  July  1916. 


Record  of  War  Service 

FOWLER,  WILLIAM. 

M.A.  1895.     3rd  Vol.  Battn.,  Royal  Scots  (Midlothian),  Private;  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut. 

FOWLER,  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER. 

Invergordon.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-15  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Feb.  to  Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1916. 
Dispatches  Dec.  1918. 

FOX,  ROBERT  ALGERNON. 

Clifton.     M.B.,  C.M.  1893.     Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  May  1917. 

FRAME,  ROBERT. 

M.A.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  I2th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Sergeant. 
Salonika. 

FRANCIS,  DAVID  EDWARD. 

Swansea  Grammar  School.  B.A.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908,  1916-17  and 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1910-13,  Cadet.  2nd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers. 

FRANCIS,  HUMPHREY  CHILTON  HOWARD. 

Haileybury.  O.T.C.  1907.  M.A.  (Durham).  Student  of  Arts,  1914.  9th  Royal 
Scots,  May  to  Aug.  1914,  Private.  R.A.O.C.,  Private  Aug.  1914  to  May  1915.  9th 
Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  to  Aug.  1916.  A.O.  Department,  Lieut. 
Aug.  1916;  Acting  Captain  Dec.  1918  to  March  1919. 

PRANKISH,  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1889;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1894.  R.F.A.  (T.),  Feb.  1898;  Lieut-Col.  1912. 
ist  East  Lancashire  Brigade.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914.  Transferred  to  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Major;  Hon.  Lieut-Col.  March  1915.  Egypt  T.D. 

FRASER,  ALASTAIR  NORMAN. 

Blairlodge.  Cadet  Corps  1896-8.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  Vol.  Medical  Staff  Corps, 
1899-1904,  Q.M.S.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1904  ; 
Captain  1908;  Major  July  1915.  D.A.D.M.S.,  Embarkation,  Alexandria. 
Codford  Training  Centre  and  Officers'  School.  2Oth  Field  Ambulance.  France. 
Afghanistan  1919;  D.A.D.M.S.,  N.W.F.P.,  India.  D.S.O.  June  1916.  Twice 
Mentioned  in  Dispatches  1916. 

FRASER,  ALEXANDER. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  3rd,  nth,  and  i2th 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Feb.  1918.  France.  Twice  Wounded. 

FRASER,  ARTHUR  SMITH. 

Leith  Academy.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16  and  1918-20;  M.A.  1920.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Private;  May  1916,  Corporal,  ist  Eastern  General  Hospital. 

FRASER,  CATHERINE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  D.P.H.  (Camb.).  Women's  Hospital  Corps.  Attached 
R.A.M.C.,  Assistant  Surgeon.  Military  Hospital,  Endell  Street,  London,  1915-17. 
M.O.,  H.M.  Factory,  Pembrey,  1917-18.  M.B.E.  June  1918. 

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FRASER,  CHARLES. 

M.A.  1895;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1904;  D.P.H.  (Camb.).  R.A.M.C.,  Captain 
Nov.  1915.  Reinforcement  Camp,  France. 

FRASER,  CHARLES  LACHLAN. 

Montrose  Academy  and  Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1877; 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1885;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1887;  D.P.H.  1890;  F.R.C.P. 
(Edin.)  1895.  4th  Volunteer  Battn.  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  Captain  1876. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  Retired  May  1914.  Berwick  Hospital.  V.D. 

FRASER,  DAVID  DENHOLM. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1888-96;  M.A.  1892, 
Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Captain  July  1915. 

FRASER,  DONALD  ALEXANDER. 

Royal  Academy,  Inverness;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.G.A.  (T.), 
Gunner  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

FRAS'ER,  DOUGLAS  JAMES. 

Student  of  Arts,  1910-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1910-14,  Cadet  Bombardier.  R.F.A., 
2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1917;  Acting  Major  Nov.  1917.  M.C. 

FRASER,  DUNCAN  MENZIES. 

Inverness  College.  Student  of  Science,  191 1-14  and  1918-19;  B.Sc.  1919.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  May  1912  to  Sept.  1914,  Cadet  C.S.M.  RE.  (S.R.),  Aug.  1914;  2nd 
Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1917.  France  Aug.  1915. 
Wounded  July  1917.  M.C.  Sept.  1917. 

FRASER,  EDWARD  MATHESON. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16  and  1918-19.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer, 
May  1916.  H.M.  Ships  Contest,  Mansfield,  and  Simoom.  Dover  Patrol  and  Grand 
Fleet. 

FRASER,  FRANCIS  RICHARD. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  B.A.  (Camb.);  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.).  Harvard  University  Unit,  22nd  General  Hospital,  Aug.  1915  to  May  1916. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1916;  Captain  May  1917;  Acting  Major  Oct.  1918. 

FRASER,  FRANCIS  WILLIAM. 

Inverness  College.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  4th  Cameron  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  July  1918;  Acting  Staff-Lieut.  Sept. 
1918.  Attached  nth  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers.  G.H.Q.,  Salonika,  two  years. 

FRASER,  FRANK. 

M.B.,  CM.  1881  ;  M.D.  1885  ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1881.  R.A.M.C.  (V),  Captain 
June  1915.  V.A.D.  Hospital,  Lyglie,  Kent;  Penhurst  Aerodrome;  Prisoners  of 
War  Camp,  Edenbridge. 

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FRASER,  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1903.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  8th 
Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  Feb.  1915.  5/6th  Scottish  Rifles,  2nd  Lieut; 
Lieut.  March  1918.  France  1918. 

FRASER,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1898.  Chartered  Accountant,  1903.  Lothians  and 
Border  Horse,  Private  Sept.  1914.  7/8th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  2nd 
Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  Nov.  1915  to  Feb.  1919.  France.  Wounded  Aug. 
1916.  Attached  War  Office,  May  1917.  M.B.E.  June  1919. 

FRASER,  GEORGE  HUDSON. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1915  to 
April  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Private.  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field 
Ambulance,  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain  April  1917. 

FRASER,  HENRY. 

Arbroath  High  School.  B.Sc.  1906.  R.F.A.  (T.),  2nd  Highland  Brigade,  2nd 
Lieut.  May  1908;  Captain  1912;  Major  March  1916.  France  May  1915.  Wounded 
at  Hebuterne  March  1918.  Dispatches  June  1916  and  June  1917.  D.S.O.  June 
1917. 

FRASER,  HUGH  ERSKINE. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1916-17.  Student  of  Arts,  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918. 
France  March  1918  to  Jan.  1919;  Ancre.  Wounded  Aug.  1918. 

FRASER,  IAN  MARTIN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1910-12.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14;  M.A.  1918. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1912  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  i/7th  Welsh  Fusiliers 
(T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914 ;  Lieut.  Aug.  1915  ;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  1915  ;  Captain 
Sept.  1916;  Major  Feb.  1918.  Attached  Machine-Gun  Corps,  March  1916. 
Gallipoli,  Egypt,  and  Palestine,  July  1915  to  Aug.  1917;  India. 

FRASER,  IAN  ROBERTSON. 

Royal  High  School.  B.Sc.  1913.  A.M.I.C.E.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Dec.  1911  to 
April  191 5,  Cadet.  R.E.,  Lowland  Division,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916 ; 
Captain  Nov.  1918.  Railway  Operating  Division,  R.E.,  Egypt.  Acting  District 
Engineer,  Palestine  Military  Railway. 

FRASER,  JAMES. 

Dingwall  Academy.  B.Sc.  (Forestry)  1912;  B.Sc.  (Pure  Science)  1913.  Assistant 
Forestry  Department,  1913-14.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
May  1915.  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917.  R.E.,  Lieut.  June  1917. 

FRASER,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts,  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  July 
1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Lieut.  June  1916.  Signalling  Officer, 
Artillery  Brigade,  June  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

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FRASER,  JAMES  EVERARD. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1917.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  May  to  Dec. 
1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Dec.  1917.  R.G.A.,  238th  Siege  Battery,  2nd  Lieut. 
June  1918. 

FRASER,  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  Ch.M.  1910;  M.D.  1912.  Lecturer,  Diseases  of  Children. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Sept.  1914.  M.C.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917. 

FRASER,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

Trinity  Academy,  Leith.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  April  to 
Sept.  1915.  9th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1916; 
Major  March  1918  to  May  1919.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  March  1916.  Wounded 
and  invalided  Aug.  1918.  M.C.  July  1916;  Bar  to  M.C.  Oct.  1917. 

FRASER,  JOHN  FORMAN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1914-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1918.  2/ist  Ayrshire  Yeomanry,  L/Corporal  March  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd 
Lieut.  Nov.  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

FRASER,  JOHN  GALLIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1893  ;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1908.  4th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  Private  for  five  years.  North  London  Brigade,  Captain.  Attached 
igth  Middlesex  Regiment.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1916.  26th  and  27th  Durham 
Light  Infantry. 

FRASER,  KENNETH. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  M.D.  1914;  D.P.H.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
May  1915  ;  Captain  May  1916. 

FRASER,  KENNETH  GRANT. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915  ;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918;  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  March  to  May  1919.  Wounded  Sept.  1916.  Dispatches  Dec.  1916. 
Croix  de  Guerre  March  1917. 

FRASER,  MARK  STEWART. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D.  1910;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.)  &  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1909. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915  ;  Captain  Feb.  1917. 

FRASER,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  D.P.H.  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
June  1917;  Captain  June  1918.  Mesopotamia  1917-19.  Dispatches  Feb.  1919. 

FRASER,  THOMAS. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
June  1917;  Captain  June  1918.  India. 

FRASER,  THOMAS  DUNBAR  STANLEY. 

Daniel  '  Stewart's  College.  1st  Highland  Cadet  Battn.,  1911-15.  University 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  Dec.  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Gunner  Dec.  1917. 

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FRASER,  THOMAS  GRIERSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  79th  Training 
Reserve  Battn.,  Private.  47th  Battn.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Corporal.  France  1918. 

FRASER,  THOMAS  HOWDEN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1910;  LL.B.  1912.  Lecturer  on  Economics, 
University  of  Manitoba,  1912-17.  52nd  District  H.Q.,  Canadian  Forestry  Corps, 
Sergeant  May  1917  to  June  1919. 

FRASER,  WALTER  CALDWELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1912-14.  I5th  Royal  Scots, 
Private  Sept.  1914.  9th  and  6th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting  Captain  July  1916.  France.  Wounded  four  times  and 
once  Gassed. 

FRASER,  WILLIAM  JAMES. 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Aberdeen.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1908. 
Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1906;  Captain  1909;  Major  Aug.  1917.  38th 
Dogras.  H.M.  Hospital  Ship  Varela,  Sept.  1915  to  Dec.  1917.  Mesopotamia  May 
1918-19.  Dispatches  1919. 

FRASER,  WILLIAM  SMITH. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet 
Aug.  1917.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  48th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918. 

FRENCH,  JOHN. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-14;  B.Sc.  1913;  M.A.  1914.  East  of  Scotland 
Munitions  Board.  City  of  Edinburgh  R.E.  (Vol.),  2nd  Lieut. 

FREW,  ALEXANDER. 

Spiers  School,  Beith;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1908. 
Assistant  to  Professor  of  Anatomy.  South  African  Campaign,  1901-2.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916.  ist  Newfoundland  Regiment.  France. 

FREW,  DANIEL  LINKSTONE. 

Bo'ness  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-19.  52nd  (Graduate  Battn.),  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  Private  May  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

FREW,  DAVID  BENNY. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1912.  A.M.I.C.E.  ;  A.M.I.M.E.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  1909-12,  Cadet.  4th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914.  R.E.,  2nd 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  and  Adjutant  May  1915;  Major  Nov.  1915  to  Feb. 
1919.  France  1916-19.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917.  M.C.  May  1918. 

FREW,  ROBERT. 

Glasgow  Academy.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  L/Corporal.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918. 

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FREW,  ROBERT  SKEOCH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  M.D.  1910;  F.R.C.P.  (Lond.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917; 
Major  April  to  Dec.  1918. 

FREYER,  DERMOT  JOHNSTON. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-9.     London  Irish  Rifles,  Captain  Sept.  1914. 

FRY,  AUGUSTINE  SARGOOD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1908  to  April 
1913,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1915.  Indian  Medical  Service,  March  1916; 
Acting  Captain  1916.  6ist  Field  Ambulance,  France,  one  year.  Persia,  two  years. 

FRY,  JOHN  LOWE  SARGOOD. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Jan.  to  April  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  April  1917;  2nd 
Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Lieut.  April  1918  to  March  1920.  France,  Somme,  Jan.  to 
Nov.  1918. 

FULLARTON,  JOHN. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  Royal  Navy  1902;  H.M.S.  Dryad,  Staff 
Surgeon  1910;  Fleet  Surgeon  Feb.  1918. 

FULLER,  EDWARD  BARNARD. 

South  African  College,  Cape  Town.  First  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1885-7,  Captain. 
M.B.,  CM.  1891;  L.R.C.S.  1891  and  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1893.  South  African 
Medical  Corps,  1913.  Mobilised,  Major,  June  1916;  Lieut.-Col.  June  1917. 
No.  2  General  Hospital,  Maitland,  June  1916-18. 

FULLER,  HUGH  HARCUS  CAVENDISH. 

Bishop's  Stortford  College,  Herts;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912. 
R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  1915-16.  Invalided  home  Jan.  1916. 
Mercantile  Marine  Service. 

FULLER,  THOMAS  ARTHUR. 

South  African  College  School,  Cape  Town.  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps 
1904-7,  Lieut.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1909  to  Nov.  1912,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1915.  South  African 
Medical  Corps,  Captain  May  1916;  Major  Nov.  1918-19.  Dispatches  May  1919. 

FULLERTON,  EDWARD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Medical  Oct.  1914, 
Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  2ist  (S.B.),  Manchester  Regiment. 

FULSS,  FREDERICK  CHARLES  JULIUS. 

M.B.,  CM.  1888.     South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Nov.  1916. 

FULTON,  ADAM. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet, 
loth  Border  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  Aug.  1915. 

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FULTON,  JOHN  STRUTHERS. 

Ardrossan    Academy.      Student     of  Medicine,    1914-16    and    1917-19.      O.T.C. 

Artillery,   Nov.    1915    to    July    1916,  Cadet;    Officer   Cadet   July    1916.     R.F.A. 

(S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;   Lieut.  April  1918.     France  1917;    Italy  1917-18. 

FULTON,  ROBERT  VALPY. 

Otago  High  School,  New  Zealand.  M.B.,  CM.  1889;  M.D.  1905.  N.Z.  Volunteers 
(21  years),  Lieut,  to  Major.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Lieut.-Col.  Jan.  1917.  District 
Travelling  Medical  Boards. 

FYFE,  CLEVELAND. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1905-6.  No.  4  Coy.,  Q.R.V.B. 
Royal  Scots,  1905-6,  Private.  3ist  Labour  Group  H.Q.,  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1917;  Acting  Captain  and  Adjutant  April  1918.  France  1917-19,  Arras, 
Somme ;  The  Rhine. 

FYFE,  WILLIAM  DEY. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1906;  B.D.  (Aberdeen).  Minister,  Church  of 
Scotland.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  R.G.A.,  Nov.  1917.  France;  Cambrai  1917, 
Amiens  1918. 

FYFFE,  DAVID. 

Dundee  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1918.  Royal  Navy  Armoured 
Car  Brigade,  Sept.  1914;  ist  Class  P.O.  Dec.  1914;  2nd.  Lieut.  Nov.  1916;  Lieut. 
March  1918;  Captain  Aug.  1918.  Tank  Corps. 

GABITES,  GEORGE  EDWARD. 

Timaru  High  School,  New  Zealand.  B.Sc.  (Agriculture);  M.B.,  C.M.  1894; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Aug.  1917;  Lieut.-Col.  June  1918.  Camp 
Commandant,  N.Z.  Medical  Corps  Training  Camp,  Awapuni,  Palmerston  North. 
C.B.E.  June  1919. 

GADGIL,  BHASKAR  BALWANTRAO. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  Indian  Medical  Service, 
Lieut.  July  1917. 

GAILLETON,  ALFRED  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.  Royal  Navy,  Staff  Surgeon;  Surgeon-Commander  Aug.  1917. 
H.M.S.  Minerva. 

GALBRAITH,  HAROLD  GRAHAM. 

Charterhouse.  O.T.C.  1909-11,  Cadet  Corporal.  B.A.  (Camb.) ;  Student  of  Law, 
1914  and  1919.  Motor  Machine-Gun  Service,  May  1915.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918-19.  France  1915. 

GALBRAITH,  JAMES  JOHN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899 ;  M.D.  1903.  Seaforth  Highlanders  (A.R.O.,  Ross  and  Cromarty), 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915. 

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GALBRAITH,  WILLIAM. 

Winchester.     B.A.  (Oxford).     Student  of  Law ;  LL.B.  and  Writer  to  the  Signet, 

1888.     Vol.  Battn.,  Royal  Scots,  Private  to  Sergeant  1914-18. 
GALGUT,  ELIJAH  LOUIS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.   1915.     Dresser,  Edinburgh   and    Border   Hospital,  Dunkirk.     South 

African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Feb.  1916. 

GALL,  ALEXANDER  BRUCE. 

Broughton  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1909-10,  and  1919-20. 
R.G.A.,  Gunner  Aug.  1914. 

GALL,  ARTHUR  MONCRIEFFE. 

Lassvvade  School.  Student  of  Science,  1916-17  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Feb.  to  Sept.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1917.  Hampshire  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  Attached  Berkshire  Regiment. 

GALL,  DAVID  MENMUIR.     (See  p.  749.) 
GALL,  JOHN. 

George   Heriot's  School.     Student  of  Arts  and   Science,   1908-14;   M.A.   (Hons. 

Maths.),   and    B.Sc.    1913.     R.E.   (Special    Brigade),   Corporal   July    1915.     Field 

Survey  Coy.,  July  1917.     France. 

GALLAHER,  JOHN  FREDERICK. 

Queen's  College,  Belfast.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916  ;  Captain 
Jan.  1917.  France. 

GALLETLY,  ALEXANDER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  Nov.  1915.     M.C. 

GALLETLY,  EDWARD  LEWIS. 

Merchiston  Castle.    M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.    R.A.M.C., Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918. 

GALLIE,  DAVID  ALEXANDER. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  1910  to  April  1913,  Cadet. 
A.S.C.  (T.),  Lowland  Division  Train,  Lieut.  France. 

GALLOWAY,  DAVID  MURRAY. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-14.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Feb.  to  June  1916,  Cadet.  Cameron  Highlanders,  Private  May  1916; 
L/Corporal  July  1916.  R.F.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  R.A.F.,  Lieut.  April  1918. 

GALLOWAY,  NORMAN  PATRICK  ROBERT. 

Bedford  Modern  School.  O.T.C.  1906-12,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1912-17  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  1913-17,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.), 
Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Captain  Aug.  1918. 

GALLOWAY,  ROBERT  ANGUS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers, 
Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.E.  (T.),  3/1  st  Lowland  Field  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  Nov.  1918.  4O9th  Lowland  Field 
Coy.  France  March  1916  to  April  1919.  Wounded.  M.C.  June  1919. 

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GALLOWAY,  ROBERT  MENZIES. 

Birkenhead  Institute;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-19.  Anatomy  Staff, 
1919.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Aug.  1917. 

GALT,  WILLIAM  CRAIG. 

Giggleswick.  O.T.C.  1913-16.  Student  ol  Medicine,  1916-18  and  1919-20, 
R.N.A.S.B.R.  Dec.  1917.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon  Sub-Lieut,  April  1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

GAMBLE,  CROMWELL. 

St  Andrew's  College,  Dublin.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  D.P.H.  1914.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1904-8.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1908-9,  Cadet  Sergeant,  Medical 
Oct.  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  May 
1915.  R.H.  and  R.F.A.  Base  Dep6t,  France.  Dispatches  Nov.  1918.  Medaille 
des  Epidemics. 

GANAPATHY,  CODANDA  MADIAH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  191 1  ;  D.P.H.  (Camb.).  Indian  Medical  Service,  Temp.  Lieut.  Dec. 
1914;  Temp.  Captain  Dec.  1915.  Hospital  Ship  Lalilia,  Mediterranean,  1915-16. 
Egypt  1917-18;  Palestine  1918-19.  M.C.  Oct.  1918. 

GARDEN,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1906-10.  Writer  to 
the  Signet,  1910.  A.S.C.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1915. 
Lowland  Mounted  Brigade,  Transport  and  Supply  Column.  Salonika. 

GARDHAM,  HENRY  COOPER. 

Royal  High  School.  B.Sc.  1910.  A.M.I.C.E.  Lecturer  in  Engineering  Depart- 
ment, April  to  Dec.  1919.  R.F.A.  (T.),  1st  Lowland  Brigade,  Lieut.  June  1915  ; 
Captain  April  1918.  Attached  R.E.,  India,  March  to  Oct.  1917.  Mesopotamia 
Oct  1917  to  March  1919. 

GARDINER,  PATRICK  PHILIP  LYON. 

Stranraer  High  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1915-16,  Cadet.  3rd  and  loth  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd 
Lieut.;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  France  Oct.  1916  to  Jan.  1918.  M.C.  Sept.  1918. 

GARDINER,  WILLIAM  TYLER. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1911.  Clinical  Tutor, 
Ear,  Nose,  and  Throat.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  1912;  Captain  April  1915;  Major 
Jan.  1918.  Attached  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  R.F.A.  Gallipoli  and  Egypt.  M.C. 
June  1917.  Dispatches  July  1917  and  March  1919. 

GARDINER,  WILLIAM  WALLACE  DUNLOP. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1908;  B.D.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland, 
Chaplain,  Aldershot,  May  to  Oct.  1916.  France  Oct.  1916. 

GARDNER,  FRANK  HEY  SOMERS. 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

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GARDNER,  GEORGE  GORDON  WRANGLES. 

George  Watson's  College.  B.L.  1909.  Law  Agent.  R.E.,  49th  Coy.,  L/Corporal 
March  1915.  7th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1915.  Invalided 
out  March  1916. 

GARDNER,  JAMES  SCOTT. 

B.L.  1913.     nth  West  Riding  Regiment,  Lieut.  1915. 

GARDNER,  LOUIS  PATRICK  MACKENZIE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1918.  East 
Africa. 

GARDNER,  THOMAS. 

Bathgate  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1916; 
Captain  Oct.  1917.  36th  Stationary  Hospital,  and  ist  Nigerian  Regiment. 
German  East  Africa. 

GARDNER,  WILLIAM. 

Falkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  Law  Agent.  R.F.A.  (T.), 
2/2nd  Ayrshire  Battery,  Gunner  Nov.  1915;  Bombardier  Dec.  1915;  Corporal 
Feb.  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  R.H.A.,  "K"  Reserve  Battery. 

GARDNER,  WILLIAM  ROSS. 

Falkirk  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1908  to  Nov.  1910, 
Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Nov.  1910;  Captain  May  1914;  Lieut- 
Col.  Nov.  1916.  France  Aug.  1914  to  May  1919.  I38th  Field  Ambulance. 
Wounded  at  second  Ypres  April  1915.  Dispatches  June  1916  and  Dec.  1917. 
D.S.O.  Dec.  1917;  Bar  to  D.S.O.  Sept.  1918;  Croix  de  Guerre  (French)  Sept.  1918. 

GARRETT  FISHER,  WILLIAM  EDWARD. 

M.A.  1891.  24th  Royal  Fusiliers  (2nd  Sportsman's  Battn.),  Private  Dec.  1914. 
i6th  Highland  Light  Infantry  (78th  T.R.B.),  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  April 
1917.  Education  Officer,  32nd  Division,  Feb.  1919.  War  Office,  June  1919. 
France  and  The  Rhine.  M.C.  1918. 

GARRIGAN,  GEORGE  ROSS. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1914. 
Minister,  Scottish  Episcopal  Church.  R.N.V.R.,  Sub-Lieut.  1915  to  June  1918. 

GARRIGAN,  THOMAS  R. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1910-11. 
R.N.V.R.  and  R.N.A.S.,  Sub-Lieut.  May  1916;  Lieut.  April  1917.  Royal  Air 
Force,  Captain  Aug.  1918. 

GARRIOCK,  JOHN. 

Moray  House,  Edinburgh.  M.A.  1900;  B.Sc.  1912.  ist  Banffshire  Volunteer 
Regiment,  Corporal  1916. 


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GARSON,  IAN  GEORGE  MELLIS. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1910-12.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-15.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Jan.  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  6th  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1915;  Lieut.  Jan.  1917;  Captain  June  1919.  Musketry  and 
Machine-Gun  Instructor.  India,  March  1916. 

GARSON,  JOHN  GEORGE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1875  ;  M.D.  1878;  L.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1875.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915  ; 
Captain  June  1916.  Prisoners  of  War  and  Neurological  Hospitals,  Epsom. 

GARSON,  PATRICK  CLASON. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1912-14.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915-16  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  Gordon 
Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France.  Gassed  and 
Wounded  in  Flanders  July  1917,  and  near  Rheims  July  1918. 

GARVIE,  JOHN. 

Perth  Academy.  M.B.,  CM.  1885.  Indian  Medical  Service,  1887;  Lieut.-Col. 
1907;  Colonel  March  1917.  Meerut  War  Hospital,  and  A.D.M.S.,  Allahabad  and 
Lucknow.  Inspector-General  of  Civil  Hospitals,  Assam. 

GASKELL,  HUGH  SELWYN. 

Haileybury.  Cadet  Corps  1895-7.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  No.  4  Coy.,  Q.R.V.B. 
Royal  Scots,  1898-9,  Private.  South  African  Campaign,  1899-1901.  M.O.,  Queen's 
Westminster's,  1910-13.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1916;  Captain  1917. 

GASPERINE,  JOHN  J. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-14.  R.N.V.R.,  Hospital  Ship  No.  4,  Surgeon- 
Probationer;  Surgeon  July  1916. 

GASSON,  SYDNEY  GEORGE  HAYCROFT. 

St  Andrew's  College,  Grahamstown.  O.T.C.  1910-14,  Sergeant.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1916-19.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Sub.-Lieut.  H.M.S.  Nugent.  Belgian 
Coast  1918. 

GAVIN,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM.     (See  p.  749.) 

GAVIN,  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1912-15;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet,  gth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  April 
1916;  Acting  Sergeant  Ministry  of  National  Service,  July  1918. 

GAVIN,  WILLIAM  STRACHAN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-9.  Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  i6th  Royal 
Scots,  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  June  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain 
Feb.  1918.  M.C  April  1917. 

GAVINE,  CONSTANCE. 

Edinburgh  Ladies'  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-17  ;  M.A.  (Hons.  Mod.  Lang.) 
1917.  O.M.A.A.C,  Clerk,  May  1917. 


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GAY,  DENIS  THOMPSON  PRIOR. 

High  School,  Panchgani,  India.  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-17; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  July  1918;  Captain  Aug.  1919. 
Turkey  in  Asia. 

GEDDES,  Sm  AUCKLAND  CAMPBELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  M.D.  1908.  Assistant,  Anatomy 
Department ;  Professor  of  Anatomy,  McGill  University.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B., 
Royal  Scots.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Major  and  O.C.,  1908;  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  June 
1916;  Hon.  Brigadier-General  Aug.  1917.  Director,  Civil  Recruiting.  C.B.  and 
K.C.B.  1917. 

GEE,  OSWALD  ARNOLD. 

M.A. ;  M.B.,  CM.  1900.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  Dec.  1915. 

GEIKIE,  GEORGE  RAMSAY. 

Merchiston  Castle.     Mus.  Bac.  1910.     R.N.V.R.,  Lieut.  1917.     Hydrophone  Service. 

GEIKIE,  JAMES  STEWART. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  and  XL  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1909.  Royal 
Navy,  Surgeon  Jan.  1917.  H.M.S.  Agincourt,  and  Royal  Naval  Hospital,  Haslar. 

GELLATLY,  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1897.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept  1917;  Captain.  Huddersfield  War 
Hospital. 

GELLERT,  HARRY  HERBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-12,  Cadet  L/Corporal  Royal  Navy, 
Surgeon  March  1915;  Surgeon-Lieut  Dec.  1918.  H.M.  Ships  Victory,  Albion, 
Vivid,  Gunner,  Europa,  President,  Ark  Royal,  and  Theseus  II.  Royal  Air  Force. 
Mudros  and  Imbros  July  1918 ;  South  Russia  Dec.  1918  to  Aug.  1919. 

GEMMELL,  ROBERT. 

Middlesbrough  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917,  Cadet;  Officer 
Cadet  Oct.  1917.  Labour  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917  to  March  1919. 

GEMMELL,  WILLIAM  ERIC. 

Clifton  Bank,  St  Andrews;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Student  of  Science,  1917  and 
1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet.  Royal  Flying  Corps,  Officer 
Cadet  Oct.  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  22nd  Wing,  2nd  Lieut.  France. 

GEMMILL,  WILLIAM. 

Spiers  School;  First  XI.  M.A.  1901;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1913. 
Late  Demonstrator  of  Anatomy.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Captain  Nov. 
1916  ;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1919.  I4th  General  Hospital,  March  1917.  83rd  General 
Hospital,  May  1918  to  July  1919. 

GENNEY,  FREDERICK  STEPHENSON. 
M.B.,  CM.  1890.     R.A.M.C.,  Major. 


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GENTLE,  WILLIAM. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1903.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  June  to 
Sept.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  ist  Lowland  Brigade,  and  Lieut.  Sept.  1915; 
Lieut.  June  1916.  France.  Wounded  June  1917. 

GENTLES,  ROBERT. 

Falkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  1911; 
2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1918;  O.C.  March  1919. 
University  School  of  Instruction,  April  1915.  No.  9  O.C.  Battn.,  Gailes,  March 
1916  to  Sept.  1917. 

GEOGHEGAN,  JOSEPH. 

George 'Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1917.  Colonial 
Medical  Service,  1912-16.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1916;  Captain  Oct.  1917.  France 
1916-17 ;  Messines. 

GEORGE,  ALFRED  WALTER. 

M.B.,  CM.  1889;  M.D.  1896;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.),  and  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1889. 
R.A.M.C.,  Captain  July  1917. 

GEORGESON,  ERIK  H.  M. 

Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1911-12  and  1918-19.  3rd  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut. ; 
Lieut.  July  1917. 

GEORGESON,  FREDERICK  HUGH. 

M.A.  1881.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain.  2/ist  Lothian 
Infantry  Brigade.  3rd  and  2nd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  and  5 3rd 
(Y.S.)  Gordon  Highlanders. 

GEORGESON,  HAROLD. 

Student  of  Law,  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  to  Oct.  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet 
Oct.  1916.  3rd  attached  2nd  Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917; 
Lieut.  Sept.  1918.  France.  M.C.  March  1918. 

GERRARD,  JOHN  SMART. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1908-14;  M.A.  1912; 
B.Sc.  1914.  R.F.A.  (T.),  Gunner  Sept.  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut. 
June  1916. 

GERRICKE,  ONEY  MORTIMER. 

South  African  College.  Cadet  Corps,  1895-8,  Sergeant-Major.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907; 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1907.  President,  South  African  Union. 
South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  March  1917.  Attached  H.Q.,  Pretoria, 
May  1919. 

GHOSH,  ABANI  MOHAN. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-15.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915  ;  Indian  Field  Ambulance,  Dec. 
1914.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916. 

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GHOSH,  PRATUL  KUMAR. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.     Indian  Field  Ambulance,  Lieut. 

GIBB,  CLARENCE  WILLIAM. 

Brighton  Hove  Grammar  School,  Sussex;  First  XI.  Student  of  Law,  1911-13. 
Chartered  Accountant,  1914.  gth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914.  Wounded 
April  1915.  Invalided  out  July  1915. 

GIBB,  F.  CRICHTON. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14  and  1918-19.  5th  Royal  Scots  (T.) 
Private  Sept.  1914.  Machine-Gun  Corps,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918. 
Gallipoli  April  1915  ;  France  Nov.  1916.  Deputy  Assistant  Censor,  Havre  and 
Boulogne,  Dec.  1918. 

GIBB,  HAMILTON  ALEXANDER  ROSSKEEN. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-15  and  1919;  M.A.  1919.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  May  1916,  Lieut.  R.F.A.  (T.),  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting 
Captain  and  Adjutant  May  1918.  School  of  Instruction,  Artillery,  1915-16. 
France  and  Italy  1916-19.  Dispatches  July  1919. 

GIBB,  JAMES  RATTRAY. 

Perth  Academy  and  Royal  High  School,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14. 
Advocate,  1915.  R.N.A.S.  and  Royal  Air  Force,  June  1917,  Captain. 

GIBB,  J. 

Student.     Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.),  Private. 

GIBB,  JOHN  WALKER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1910-11.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  Lothians 
and  Border  Horse,  Private  Nov.  1914.  9th  Royal  Scots,  Oct.  1916.  Officer  Cadet 
Jan.  1917.  loth  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1917;  Lieut.  Nov. 
1918.  France. 

GIBB,  WALTER  JAMES. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Feb.  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  5th  Gordon  Highlanders  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915; 
Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting  Captain  Aug.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  France.  Wounded 
March  and  Nov.  1916. 

GIBBS,  FREDERICK  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine  ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) ;  L.R.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.)  and  L.D.S.  (Edin.)  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1910  to  April  1914,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  June  1916.  France  Aug.  1915;  Italy 
June  1917  to  Aug.  1919. 

GIBBS,  OWEN  STANLEY. 

Loughboro'  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-19.  46th  Division, 
Cyclist  Coy.,  Private  Aug.  1914.  France  Feb.  to  May  1915,  and  Oct.  1915  to 
May  1916.  Invalided  out  July  1916. 

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GIBLIN,  NORRIS. 

Leslie  House  School,  Hobart,  Tasmania.  B.A.  (Tasmania).  Student  of  Medicine, 
1911-15  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Medical,  and  Artillery,  Dec.  1914  to  July  1915, 
Cadet.  R.F.A.  (T.),  4th  North  Midland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Temp. 
Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain  May  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 
France  Nov.  1915.  M.C.  Sept.  1918. 

GIBSON,  ALEXANDER. 

M.A.  1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  Anatomy  Staff,  1910-12.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July 
1915;  Captain  1915.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Major.  Orthopaedic 
Surgeon,  Manitoba  Military  Hospital. 

GIBSON,  ANDREW. 

Neilson  School,  Paisley.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1897;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1901.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Aug.  1915;  Captain  Dec.  1915.  Hospital  Ship  Grantully  Castle.  Salonika 
1915-16.  Drumpellier  Auxiliary  Hospital,  Coatbridge,  1914-15  and  1917-19. 

GIBSON,  ARTHUR  KEITH. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to  July  1916,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  Jan.  1917. 

GIBSON,  CAMERON  ROBERTSON. 

Kilmarnock  Academy.  M.A.  (Glasg.) ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  D.P.H.  (Liverpool  and 
Camb.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915  ;  Major  Aug.  1918. 

GIBSON,  CHARLES  JOHN. 

M.B.,  CM.  1880;  M.D.  1898.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

GIBSON,  EDMUND  VALENTINE. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1890;  M.D.  1892.     Channel  Islands  Militia,  Surgeon-Major  Nov.  1911. 

GIBSON,  EDWARD  PENROSE  FORBES. 

Madras  College,  St  Andrews.  Student  of  Arts,  1894-5.  President  and  Hon. 
Treasurer,  Diagnostic  Society,  1898.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V.,  1894-8, 
Bombardier.  R.G.A.,  Bombardier  May  1917.  France. 

GIBSON,  FREDERICK  PETER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1906-8,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1915;  Major  Dec.  1918. 
France  and  Italy  Nov.  1914  to  Feb.  1919. 

GIBSON,  GEORGE  HERBERT  RAE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D.  1910;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.).  South 
Africa,  1900-1.  Canadian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Aug.  1914;  Major 
Jan.  1917.  M.O.,  7th  Canadian  Infantry,  Aug.  1914.  ist  Canadian  Division, 
A.D.C.  to  G.O.C.,  Oct.  1915  ;  D.A.D.M.S.  May  1916  to  July  1918.  3rd  Canadian 
Field  Ambulance,  July  1918.  France.  Croix  de  Guerre  (French)  1916; 
D.S.O.  1918. 

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GIBSON,  GEORGE  McKAY. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  and 
Stretcher  Bearer  Jan.  1916. 

GIBSON,  HENRY  JAMES  CRAIG. 

Merchiston    Castle.      O.T.C.      M.A.    (Glasg.) ;    Student    of    Medicine,    1909-14; 

M.B.,  Ch.B.    1914;    M.D.    1920.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.    1916;    Captain  and  Adjutant 

May  1917. 
GIBSON,  HENRY  WILLIAM. 

Dundee    Institution.      M.A.    (St   Andrews).      St    Andrews    University   Battery. 

LL.B.  1891.    President,  Scots  Law  Society.    Minister,  Episcopal  Church  of  Scotland. 

Acting  Chaplain  to   Forces,  1906-8.     ist  Argyllshire  Volunteers,  Private   1916; 

2nd  Lieut.  June  1918. 

GIBSON,  HERBERT  ROBERT  BURNETT. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1909; 
Captain  1912;  Brevet  Major  June  1919;  Acting  Lieut.-Col.  Sept.  1916  to  June 
1920.  Hospital  Ship,  Oct.  1914  to  Nov.  1915.  E.I.F.  Nov.  1915  to  June  1917. 
Bushire  Force,  June  1917  to  May  1920.  Dispatches  Sept.  1917. 

GIBSON,  HUGH  CRAIGIE. 

Kirkwall  Burgh  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain 
July  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1919.  Edinburgh  War  Hospital,  Bangour ; 
Glenalmond  and  Perth  War  Hospitals. 

GIBSON,  JAMES  ALBERT. 

Royal  High  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  1889;  M.D.  1897;  D.P.H.  (Ireland).  No.  4 
Coy.  Q.E.R.,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Aug.  1914.  Sanitary  Officer, 
Portsmouth  Garrison,  March  1919. 

GIBSON,  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1914-17.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery.  Feb.  to 
Aug.  1917,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918. 
Royal  Air  Force,  March  1918;  Pilot,  Oct.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

GIBSON,  JOHN  GIBSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  and  B.Sc.  (Distinction)  1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1910-12,  Cadet,  ipth  Battn.  London  Regiment  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914;  Corporal 
July  1915;  Sergeant;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1916;  Lieut.  Nov.  1917;  Acting  Captain 
Feb.  1918.  Special  Brigade  and  Field  Survey  Coy.,  R.E.  Attached  General  Staff 
(Intelligence),  G.H.Q.,  Egypt.  Wounded  Aug.  1916. 

GIBSON,  JOHN  LOCKHART. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  M.B.,  C.M.  (Hons.)  1881  ;  M.D.  1885  (Gold  Medal); 
M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1885  ;  Assistant  to  Professor  of  Physiology,  1882-3  >  Demonstrator 
of  Physiology,  1884;  Resident,  R.I.E. ;  President,  Royal  Medical  Society. 
Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Major  May  1915.  3rd  Australian  General 
Hospital,  Lemnos  and  Abbassia.  R.A.M.C.  (Temp.),  Ophthalmologist, 
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GIBSON,  LAURENCE. 

Fettes.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  D.P.H.  (Edin.).  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1898-1906,  Sergeant.  Royal  Navy,  H.M.S.  Melton,  Sub-Lieut.  June  1918. 
Mine-sweeping  Aug.  1918-19. 

GIBSON,  MATTHEW  JOHN. 

Cookstown  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.  Ships  Moresby  and  Druid, 
Surgeon-Probationer,  Sept  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1918  to  Nov.  1919. 

GIBSON,  RICHARD  EDWARD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1910-13, 
Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Feb.  1918.  France  1914.  No.  8 
General  Hospital.  D.A.D.M.S.  O.B.E. 

GIBSON,  RICHARD  NORMAN. 

Sedbergh  and  St  Edward's,  Oxford;  Athletics.  O.T.C.  1908-10.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1912-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer.  Royal 
Navy,  Surgeon  Jan.  1918. 

GIBSON,  RONALD. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1915-17.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  July  1917  to  Feb.  1918, 
Cadet  L/Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1918.  7th  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders  (T),  and  Lieut.  July  1918.  I3th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
Oct.  1918  to  June  1919.  France. 

GIBSON,  THOMAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1911-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of 
Science,  1918.  7th  Tank  Battn.,  Feb.  1916,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Lieut.  July 
1918;  Captain  Oct.  1918. 

GIBSON,  WALTER  ELLIOT  SCOTT. 

Dunbar  School.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  Nov.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer 
Cadet  Nov.  1917.  Forth  R.G.A.,  2Oth  Field  Coy.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1918. 

GIBSON,  W.  P.  S. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1900-2.  Chartered  Accountant,  1905. 
7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917; 
Acting  Captain  Sept.  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  France  1915. 

GIFFORD,  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Science,  1899-1902.  South  African  Campaign, 
1900-1.  South  African  Field  Forces,  Major.  D.A.Q.M.G.  Jan.  1915.  Cameronians 
(Scottish  Rifles),  1915-16.  Transferred  King's  Own  Yorkshire  Light  Infantry, 
Captain  Nov.  1915.  German  S.-W.  Africa  1914-15.  France  July  1915-1919. 
Dispatches  Aug.  1918  for  German  S.-W.  Africa  service. 

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GILBERTSON,  JOHN  GREGOR. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1886.  Fellow  of  Punjab  University.  A.S.C. 
(I.A.R.O.),  2nd  Lieut.  April  1918.  Assistant  Postal  and  Cable  Censor,  Bombay, 
April  1918-19. 

GILCHRIST,  ALEXANDER. 

Waid  Academy,  Anstruther.  Student  of  Law.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1915 
to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July 
1917  ;  Captain  Oct.  1918.  France.  Croix  de  Guerre  (Belgian). 

GILCHRIST,  ANDREW  RAE. 

Campbell  College,  Belfast.  O.T.C.  1914-16,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1916-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18;  Medical,  1918-19,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer 
Cadet  Feb.  to  April  1918. 

GILCHRIST,  EWEN  GEORGE  MACPHERSON. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15.  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1915.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Nov.  1914  to  July  1915,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915  ; 
Captain  July  1916.  i/3rd  East  Anglian  Field  Ambulance,  Egypt. 

GILCHRIST,  JOHN. 

Glasgow  High  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1895  ;  M.D.  1902.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  July 
1908.  Mobilised  Dec.  1914.  3rd  Scottish  General  Hospital.  France.  58th  General 
Hospital. 

GILCHRIST,  JOHN  JAMES. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  July  1913,  Cadet, 
ist  Cameron  Highlanders,  L/Corporal ;  2nd  Lieut.  D.C.M. 

GILCHRIST,  KENNETH  ALEXANDER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1909  to  Feb.  1911,  Cadet.  South  African 
Campaign,  1900-1.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  March  1916;  Major 
June  1918.  German  East  Africa  1916.  O.C.  No.  I  Laboratory,  Roberts  Heights. 
M.C.  and  Dispatches  Oct.  1916. 

GILCHRIST,  SAMUEL. 

George  Heriot's  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  June  to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet. 
R.F.C.,  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917.  Royal  Air  Force,  Lieut. 

GILCHRIST,  WILLIAM  RITCHIE. 

Waid  Academy,  Anstruther.  Student  of  Law,  1909-11.  Royal  Scots,  Private 
Feb.  1918;  Corporal  Oct  1918.  M.M. 

GILDARD,  JAMES  GRAHAM  AFFLECK. 

Kelvinside   Academy,   Glasgow;    First   XV.      O.T.C.  1911-16,   Cadet   Sergeant. 

University   O.T.C.   Artillery,    1917,    Cadet   Corporal;  Officer   Cadet   July    1917. 

R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917;  Lieut.  June  1919.  Dispatches  (Russia)  Aug. 
1919. 

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GILES,  AUSTIN  CHARLES. 

Epsom  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Feb. 
1916.  France.  Wounded  at  Loos  Sept.  1915,  and  gassed  at  Ypres  June  1917. 
Dispatches  June  1916.  M.C.  June  1917. 

GILL,  CECIL  ERNEST  CASPAR. 

St  John's  School,  Leatherhead.  O.T.C.  1913-15,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1918.  Cambridgeshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  July 
1916.  Royal  Air  Force.  Croce  di  Guerra  Jan.  1919. 

GILL,  GURDIAL  SINGH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1913-20.     Indian  Field  Ambulance,  Nov.  1914. 

GILL,  HERBERT  HOPE. 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man.  M.B.,  C.M.  1894.  Royal  Navy,  Nov. 
1895  ;  Surgeon-Commander.  H.M.  Ships  Centurion,  Prince  George,  and  Bacchante. 

GILL,  H.  S.  HOPE. 

King  William's  College,  Isle  of  Man.  Student  of  Law,  1888-9.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1889.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1889.  gth  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
Captain  Oct.  1914. 

GILL,  JOHN  GALBRAITH. 

Brentwood  Grammar  School;  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1908-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Captain  April  1915; 
Acting  Lieut.-Col.  Nov.  1917  to  May  1919.  France  Aug.  1914  to  Nov.  1917. 
M.O.,  25th  Brigade,  R.F.A. ;  7Oth  Field  Ambulance.  D.A.D.M.S.,  23rd  Division. 
Italy  Nov.  1917  to  May  1919.  7ist  Field  Ambulance;  4ist  Combined  Field 
Ambulance.  India  May  1919.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917.  M.C.  Jan.  1917.  D.S.O. 
Jan.  1918;  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

GILL,  SYDNEY. 

Chatsworth  School,  Carlisle.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  3rd  Battn.  Rifle  Brigade, 
Private  Jan.  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1917. 

GILLAN,  JOHN  ROBERT  WILSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  to  1909.  B.A.  (Oxford),  1912;  Student  of 
Divinity,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913  to  Dec.  1914,  Cadet  B.Q.M.S. 
6th  Gordon  Highlanders  (T.),  Lieut.  Dec.  1914 ;  Captain  May  1915.  I4th  Sudanese 
Regiment,  Major  1918.  France  1915-17;  Egypt,  Sudan,  1918-19.  Wounded 
near  Festubert,  June  1915  and  April  1917. 

GILLESPIE,  ARCHIBALD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  M.D.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  July  1916. 
32nd  Division,  Ammunition  Column,  R.F.A.,  1917- 

GILLESPIE,  HOPE  MURRAY. 

Dumfries  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain 
June  1917.  I3th  Leicestershire  Regiment.  P'rance  Nov.  1916.  M.C.  May  1918. 

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GILLESPIE,  JOHN  IMRIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1899-1901.  Chartered  Accountant,  1903. 
1 5th  Royal  Scots,  Private. 

GILLESPIE,  JOHN  MARCHBANK. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Aug.  1915.  2nd  Northumberland  Fusiliers.  France;  Ypres  May  1915. 
Prisoner  of  War,  May  to  June  1915.  Malta  Nov.  1915.  M.C.  May  1915. 
Dispatches  July  and  Sept.  1915. 

GILLESPIE,  WILLIAM  DOUGLAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Student  of  Law, 
1916  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  July  1917,  Cadet  Bombardier; 
Officer  Cadet  July  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1917;  Lieut.  June  1919. 

GILLESPIE,  WILLIAM  RUSSELL. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1905.  3rd  attached  nth  Border  Regiment, 
2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  July  1917. 

GILLIES,  ALEXANDER  CAMPBELL. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1915-18,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Science  and  Medicine,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  to  Oct.  1918,  Cadet 
Bombardier.  R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1918. 

GILLIES,  ARTHUR  HUNTER  DENHOLM. 

Fettes;  First  XI.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law,  1911-15  and  1919;  LL.B. 
1919.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Oct.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1915; 
Temp.  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Lieut.  Aug.  1917.  France  Jan.  1917  to  March  1918. 
Wounded  at  Arras  April  1917.  The  Rhine,  Nov.  1918  to  Jan  1919. 

GILLIES,  JOHN. 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-14  and  1918-19.  I3th  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  Private  Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut  May  1915;  Lieut.  Feb.  1917; 
Captain  Dec.  1917.  M.C.  Sept.  1917. 

GILLIES,  PATRICK  HUNTER. 

M.B.,   CM.     1890;  B.Sc.    (P.H.)    1897.      R.A.M.C.,  July    1915;    Captain.      Med. 

Exp.  Force  1915.  Transferred  to  Ministry  of  National  Service  and  Pensions, 
Feb.  1918. 

GILLIES,  WILLIAM  FORMAN. 

Knox  Institute,  Haddington.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1913-15  and  1917-19; 
M.A.  1919  (Hons.  Maths,  and  Nat.  Phil.  1920) ;  B.Sc.  1919.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade), 
Corporal  July  1915. 

GILLIESON,  WILLIAM  PHIN. 

Thurso  Academy.  M.A.  1901.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Chaplain, 
4th  Class,  Sept.  1915;  3rd  Class  Jan.  1918.  Attached  2nd  Ayrshire  Imperial 
Yeomanry,  1914-15.  ist  Scots  Guards,  Aug.  1915.  Senior  Chaplain,  5ist 
Highland  Division,  March  1918.  France.  Dispatches  1918.  M.C.  Jan.  1919. 

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GILLILAND,  HANS. 

Rossall.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.     Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  Dec.  1916. 

GILLISON,  KEITH. 

Eltham  College,  London.  Cadet  Corps  1916-18,  Corporal.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1918.  2nd  Artists'  Rifles  O.T.C.,  Private  July  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

GILLMAN,  HORACE  ARTHUR. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-16;  M.A.  (Hons. 
Maths.)  1915;  B.Sc.  Schoolmaster.  2/ioth  (Cycle  Battn.),  Royal  Scots,  Private 
March  1917;  L/Corporal  July  1917.  R.N.V.R.,  H.M.S.  President  V.,  Sub.-Lieut. 
April  1918.  Royal  Air  Force,  Lieut.  April  1918.  Meteorological  Station,  Ireland. 

GILLON,  STAIR  AGNEW. 

LL.B.  1904.  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Aug. 
1916.  Gallipoli  Oct.  1915;  Egypt  Jan.  1916;  France  March  1916  to  April  1917 
and  Oct.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

GILLON,  WILLIAM. 

George  Watson's  College;  Dux.  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1912.  Schoolmaster.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  1910-13,  Cadet.  I5th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private 
Nov.  1915.  R.N.A.S.,  Sub-Lieut.  R.N.V.R.,  Lieut.  June  1917.  Royal  Air 
Force,  Captain. 

GILMORE,  THOMAS  JACKSON. 

Royal  School,  Dungannon ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Aug.  1915  ;  Captain  Aug.  1916.  France  and  Salonika  Sept.  1915  to 
March  1919. 

GILMOUR,  ANDREW. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XI.  Student  of  Arts,  1917-19;  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics) 
1920.  1 4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  June  1915.  France  June 
1916  to  Feb.  1917.  Invalided  out  June  1917. 

GILMOUR,  ANDREW. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898  ;  M.D.  1903  ;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.S.  (Edin.) 
and  F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1903;  M.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1912.  Vol.  Medical  Staff  Corps 
1894-8,  Private.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1914;  Captain  Nov.  1915. 

GILMOUR,  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.);  Hon.  M.A. 
University  of  Michigan,  U.S.A.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1910;  Captain  July  1913; 
D.A.D.M.S. ;  Brevet  Major  1918.  British  Mission  to  United  States,  1917. 
Egypt,  Dardanelles,  Serbia,  Palestine,  and  East  Africa.  M.C.  1916. 

GILMOUR,  MAURICE  EDWARD. 

University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  April  1916.  R.F.A.  (T.), 
4th  Lowland  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut.  Dec.  1918. 

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GILROY,  ELLIOT  RUSSELL. 

Glenalmond.  Cadet  Corps  1904-5.  Student  of  Science,  1918.  3/5th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915. 

GILRUTH,  JOHN  GRANT. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1916-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1917.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  April  1915,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  April  1915  to  Sept.  1916:  Surgeon  Dec.  1917.  H.M.S.  Sandhurst. 

GIRDWOOD,  ARTHUR  INGLIS. 

High  School,  Butterworth,  Transkei.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  South  African  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  Aug.  1914.  Union  Forces,  German  South-West  Africa.  R.A.M.C., 
Mesopotamia.  Dispatches  Aug.  1918. 

GIRDWOOD,  ROBERT  LAURIE. 

M.A.  1904 ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Surgeon-Captain ; 
Major  Dec.  1915;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  Union  Forces,  German  South-West 
Africa.  D.S.O. 

GIRLING,  EDWIN  CHARLES. 

Ipswich  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D.  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct. 
1915  ;  Captain  Oct.  1916  to  April  1919. 

GIVEN,  JAMES. 

University  (Maths.  Department),  Warder.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private 
Jan.  1915.  India. 

GLAISTER,  THOMAS  DERRICK.     (See  p.  749.) 

GLASS,  GAVIN  HAMILTON. 

Musselburgh  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1917-19.  No.  9  Officer  Cadet 
Battn.,  Cadet. 

GLASSE,  JOHN  MORLEY. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
and  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1895-1900,  Private.  South  African  Campaign, 
1900-1.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  1918.  Embarkation  Medical 
Officer,  Rouen,  1914-15.  Mesopotamia  1917-18.  Dispatches  Feb.  1915. 

GLEGG,  CHARLES  SIEVWRIGHT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1893.  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps, 
1898-1903,  Corporal.  Civil  Medical  Officer,  Dec.  1914-16.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June 
1916;  Captain  June  1917.  Royal  Air  Force  Medical  Service,  June  1918  to 
March  1919. 

GLEGG,  WILLIAM  LITTLE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1908-12, 
Cadet  Corporal.  R.N.A.S.  (Armoured  Cars),  Surgeon  Jan.  1915.  Order  of  St 
Stanislaus  (3rd  Class),  1917 ;  Chevalier  of  the  Order  of  the  Crown  of  Rumania, 
Dispatches  (Zeebrugge)  and  D.S.C.  1918. 

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GLEN,  ALEXANDER  ERNEST. 

Glasgow  Academy.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1916,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct. 
1916.  8th  Cameronians  (Scottish  Rifles),  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917.  roth  Scottish 
Rifles,  France.  Arras  1917.  Wounded  at  Monchy  le  Preux,  Nov.  1917. 

GLEN,  DOUGLAS  JAMES. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  B.R.C.S.,  1914-15.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  1915;  Captain  Aug.  1916;  Major  March  1918.  2nd  Scottish  General 
Hospital.  Med.  Exp.  Force. 

GLEN,  JOHN  MACKENZIE. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  M.A.  1905 ;  Hon.  Econs.  1907.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B., 
Royal  Scots,  1905-7,  Private.  Inns  of  Court  O.T.C.  (T.),  Sept.  1914  to  July  1915, 
Sergeant.  5th  Bedfordshire  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917 
to  Dec.  1918.  France.  Wounded  Sept.  1918. 

GLENDINNING,  ANDREW. 

Dryfesdale  School.  M.A.  1908.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland.  R.A.M.C., 
Private  March  1916.  Chaplain,  4th  Class,  Dec.  1917. 

GLENNY,  DAVID  JOHNSTON. 

Student  of  Law,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918.  France  June  1915. 
Wounded  Sept.  1915. 

GLOVER,  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914  and  1919. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  Aug.  1916. 
R.F.C.  and  Royal  Air  Force.  Gallipoli  1915  ;  France  1916-18.  Wounded  1915. 

GLOVER,  JAMES  ANDERSON. 

Student.  3rd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Captain ;  Adjutant  and  Quarter- 
master. Invalided  out  May  1918. 

GLOVER,  JOHN  HASTINGS. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1893.     R.A.M.C.,  Captain  Jan.  1916.     Torpedoed  three  times. 

GLYNN,  ARTHUR  SAMUEL. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B- 
1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915.  No.  5  General  Hospital, 
France,  ist  Northumberland  Fusiliers.  Royal  Air  Force  (Squadron  Leader), 
Aug.  1919.  Egypt  1919.  Dispatches  June  1915  and  April  1916. 

GOIL,  DWARKA  PRASAD. 

Saharanpur,  India.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902 ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1914.  Indian  Medical 
Service,  Jan.  1903;  Major  July  1914.  Egypt  Nov.  1914  to  March  1916;  Persia 
March  1917.  Invalided  from  Field  Service,  April  1918.  India. 

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GOLDIE,  ARTHUR  EVELYN. 

St  John's  School,  Barbados,  B.W.I.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Sept.  1915; 
Captain  June  1917  to  July  1919.  Egypt  March  1917;  Salonika  June  1918. 

GOLDIE,  THOMAS  SMITH. 

Robertson's  Academy,  Edinburgh.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1872-9;  M.A. 
1878.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland,  ist  Volunteer  Battn.,  Royal  Scots,  Feb.  1917. 
95th  Special  Service  Volunteer  Coy. 

GOLDIE,  WILLIAM. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1909-16; 
M.A.  1912;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1909  to  Aug.  1914,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Aug.  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
July  1915;  Captain  May  1916;  Major  Jan.  1919.  Dispatches  July  1917. 
M.C.  March  1918. 

GOLLCHER,  FREDERIK  KARL. 

Collegiate  School,  Malta.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  Artists'  Rifles  O.T.C., 
Private  Oct.  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  Passchendaele  Ridge. 

GOMEZ,  GEORGE  ROBERT. 

St  Mary's  College,  Trinidad.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  2/6th  Devon  Regiment, 
Private  Jan.  1916  to  March  1919.  India  and  Salonika. 

GONIN,  EDMUND  HENRI. 

Brighton  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1890;  M.D.  1897.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  May  1915  ; 
Captain  Nov.  1915.  4th  Royal  Sussex  Regiment  (T.),  1916.  France. 

GOODALL,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898;  M.D.  1901;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1904. 
Lecturer  on  Clinical  Medicine.  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1893-8,  Sergeant. 
R.A.M.C.,  Major  June  1917.  Salonika  and  Italy. 

GOODALL,  CHARLES. 

George  Watson's  College  and  Fettes.  M.A.  1902;  B.D.  1905.  Minister,  Church 
of  Scotland.  Y.M.C.A.  Work,  France,  July  to  Oct.  1916.  Chaplain,  4th  Class, 
Malta,  Dec.  1916-19. 

GOODFELLOW,  L.  T. 
Student.     R.F.A.,  Lieut. 

GOODSIR,  JAMES  T. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-14.  4th  and  I4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  L/Corporal ;  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1916;  Lieut.  April  1917;  Acting  Captain  July  1918. 

GOODWIN,  ERNEST  WILLIAM.     (See  p.  749.) 

GOPSILL,  FRANK  HAROLD. 

Birmingham  and  London  Universities  O.T.C.  1909-14.  Student  of  Commerce, 
1918.  West  Surrey  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  Invalided  out  June  1918. 

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GORDON,  ALEXANDER  BRUCE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1911  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1911.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

GORDON,  ALEXANDER  MAcLENNAN. 

Halifax  Academy,  Nova  Scotia.  M.A.  1895  ;  B.D.  1898.  Chaplain,  Hon.  Captain, 
Sept.  1914;  Hon.  Major  July  1916;  Hon.  Lieut-Col.  April  1919.  ist  and  4th 
Canadian  Divisions,  France  Feb.  1915.  Wounded  Aug.  1918.  M.C.Jan.  1917; 
D.S.O.  Dec.  1918. 

GORDON,  ALEXANDER  STEWART. 

George  Heriot's  School;  Athletics.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  (Hons.)  1910; 
D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1910.  Vol.  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1898-1904,  Sergeant.  South 
African  War,  1900.  Royal  Navy,  Admiralty  Surgeon.  Rosyth  and  Forth  Defences. 

GORDON,  ARCHIBALD  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  Student  of  Law,  1 886-8.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1889.  Staff,  Royal  Naval  Division,  Antwerp,  Aug.  1914.  Army  Special  List; 
Major.  Courier  du  Roi  de  Beiges,  Oct.  1914.  France  1914.  C.B.E. ;  M.V.O. ; 
Commander  of  the  Crown ;  Order  of  Leopold  with  Swords ;  Croix  civique 
(ist  Class),  with  Swords  and  Bar,  1914-15  ;  Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palm  (Belgium), 
Croix  de  Guerre  with  Palm  (France) ;  Order  of  St  Anne  (2nd  Class),  (Russia). 

GORDON,  ARCHIBALD  TAYLOR. 

Glenluce  Academy.  M.A.  1907.  6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Sept.  1914; 
L/Corporal  1914;  Sergeant  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  1916;  Lieut.  Aug.  1917;  Temp. 
Captain  Oct.  1917.  53rd  Machine-Gun  Corps.  Egypt  and  Palestine. 

GORDON,  CHARLES  AUGUSTINE. 

St  Edmund's  College,  Ware,  Herts;  First  XI.,  Football.  Student  of  Law, 
1901-6.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1906.  8th  and  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Feb. 
1915;  2nd  Lieut.  July  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  France  Sept.  1916  to  Nov.  1919. 
Wounded  Aug.  1917. 

GORDON,  CHRISTOPHER. 

Repton.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918. 
Invalided  out  June  1919. 

GORDON,  CLEMENTINA  -MARY. 

M.A.  (Hons.  Hist.)  1907.  Secretary,  S.R.C.  Secretary,  Rosebery  R.S.  Recruiting 
Committee,  1915-16.  Q.M.A.A.C.,  Area  and  Recruiting  Controller,  N.  and  W. 
Commands,  July  1917  to  Jan.  1919.  Mention  Sept.  1919. 

GORDON,  COLIN. 

Repton.     M.B.,  CM.  1889.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915  ;  Captain  July  1916-17. 

GORDON,  EDWARD  SKENE. 

Beath  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1917-20.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1918  to 
May  1919,  Cadet.  Wireless  Officer,  H.M.  Hospital  Ship  Grantully  Castle,  Jan. 
1917  ;  Wireless  Officer,  H.M.T.  Duchess  of  Ar gyle,  April  1917. 

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GORDON,  GEORGE  ARTHUR. 

Highgate  School;  First  XL,  Football.  Cadet  Corps  1897-1900.  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1906;  M.D.  1908.  University  Battery,  E.C.A.V..,  1900-5,  Bombardier.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Nov.  1915. 

GORDON,  HAROLD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  to  July  1915,  Cadet. 
R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer. 

GORDON,  HECTOR  ANGUS. 

Leeds  Central  High  School.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917-18,  Cadet.  3rd 
Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  July  1918.  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

GORDON,  HENRY  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Law,  1915-16.  Royal  Scots,  Private  Feb.  1916.  i/7th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch).  R.A.S.C.  (M.T.).  France. 

GORDON,  THE  HON.  HUNTLY  DOUGLAS. 

Student  of  Law.  Advocate,  1885.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.;  Lieut.  June 
1916. 

GORDON,  JAMES  ALEXANDER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1903-6.  R.N.A.S.,  Surgeon 
Jan.  1915;  No.  6  Squadron  Armoured  Cars.  Royal  Air  Force  Medical  Service, 
Captain. 

GORDON,  JAMES  WALLACE. 

George  Heriot's  School ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine ;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) 
1917,  L.D.S.  (Edin.).  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1915  to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet.  Edinburgh 
War  Hospital,  Aug.  1915  to  July  1916.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Captain 
Feb.  1918.  France  and  German  East  Africa. 

GORDON,  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M. A.  1883.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  Red  Cross, 
1915.  Y.M.C.A.,  Rouen  and  Havre  1915  ;  Mudros  and  Salonika  1916.  R.G.A.  (V.). 
(City  of  Aberdeen),  Gunner  April  1918  ;  Lieut.  May  1918. 

GORDON,  MARK. 

Servitor.  University.  I3th  Hussars,  Farrier  Sergeant.  South  African  Campaign, 
1899-1902,  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  Farrier  Q.M.S.  Sept.  1914.  Transferred  to 
R.F.A.  Jan.  1917.  Warrant  Officer,  June  1917  to  Feb.  1919. 

GORDON,  PHILIP  JAMES. 

M.A.  1878.  Indian  Army  1881  ;  Lieut.-Col.  (retired).  Imperial  General  Staff, 
War  Office,  1914-19.  General  Staff  Officer  (2nd  Grade),  Jan.  1918.  O.B.E. 
Commander  of  the  Portuguese  Order  of  Avis. 

GORDON,  WILLIAM. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1911.  A.M.I.Mech.E. ;  Lecturer  in  Engineering; 
Government  Department  Researches.  R.F.A.  (T.),  unattached  List,  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
2nd  Lieut.  March  1917.  Instructor  in  Map  Reading,  Aug.  1916  to  Nov.  1918. 

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GORDON,  WILLIAM  GRANT. 

Ayr  Academy ;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1913-17.  Student  of  Commerce,  1919.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  June  1917  to  May  1918,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  6th  Gordon  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  1918. 

GORDON,  WILLIAM  JOHN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  M.A.  1877.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1882.  R.N.R.,  Islands  of 
Yell  and  Fetlar.  R.N.V.R.,  Lieut.  District  Commander,  Jan.  1915. 

GORDON,  WILLIAM  LENNOX. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  M.D. ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1910.  Anatomy  Staff,  1910.  South 
African  Medical  Corps,  Lieut. ;  Captain  Nov.  1914. 

GORDON-HALL,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  GEORGE. 

M.B.,  CM.  1883.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1886;  Colonel  March  1915.  C.B. 
Egyptian  Dispatches  1916. 

GORMAN,  JOHN  PATRICK. 

Student  of  Arts,  1912-15;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1912  to  April  1915, 
Cadet.  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  i/ist  Warwick 
Heavy  Battery.  France  Feb.  1917 ;  Italy  Nov.  1917.  Wounded,  Austrian 
Offensive,  Asiago,  June  1918.  Dispatches  April  1918. 

GORRIE,  PETER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  M.D.  1910.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B., 
Royal  Scots,  1903-8.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915. 

GORRIE,  ROBERT  MAcLAGAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science,  1918-20.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct. 
1913-14,  Cadet,  ist  Scottish  Horse  (T.)  Field  Ambulance,  Private  Sept.  1914; 
2nd  Lieut.  July  1915.  R.F.A.  Feb.  1917,  Acting  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting 
Captain  April  1918-19.  France;  Arras  1917.  Dispatches  March  1919. 

GORRIE,  WILLIAM. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1897;  M.D.  1911;  D.P.H.  1910.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  July  1918  to  March  1919.  69th  General  Hospital, 
Egypt. 

GOSSIP,  ARTHUR  JOHN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1894.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland, 
Chaplain.  9th  Highland  Light  Infantry  (Glasgow  Highlanders),  Captain  June 
1917.  France  1917-18;  Ypres. 

GOSSIP,  JAMES. 

Inverness  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912;  M.D.  1920.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Nov.  1908 
to  Dec.  1911,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1913;  Captain  April  1915;  Acting 
Major  March  1918.  Stationary  Hospital,  Rouen. 

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GOSTWYCK,  CECIL  HUBERT  GOSTWYCK. 

Inverness  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.    1899;    F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)    1914;    Diploma   Psych. 

(Durham);  M.P.C.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Nov.  1915-16;  Rejoined  Lieut.  July  1918; 
Captain  Jan.  1919. 

GOTTSCHALK,  MAX. 

Student.     Scottish  Horse  (T.),  Private. 

GOUDIE,  JOHN  J. 

Student.     Scottish  Horse  (T.),  Private. 

GOULD,  ALLAN  DALGLEISH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1918.     53rd  (Y.S.)  Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private. 

GOULD,  DAVID  COLLIE. 

Royal  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915.  3rd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  Private 
Feb.  1917.  1 6th  and  3rd  Royal  Scots. 

GOULD,  JOHN. 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1912-14;  M.A.  1919.  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
Private  Aug.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  April  1917;  Lieut.  Oct.  1918.  Labour  Corps; 
259th  A.E.  Coy.,  Fourth  Army  H.Q. 

GOURLAY,  GEOFFRY  BALFOUR. 

Merchiston  Castle;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1909-13,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student 
of  Science,  1913-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Sept.  1914,  Cadet.  9th  Gordon  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain;  Major  April  1917;  Acting  Lieut-Col.  France. 
Twice  Wounded.  M.C.  Dec.  1916;  Croix  de  Guerre  avec  Palme  (French)  July 
1918.  Dispatches. 

GOURLAY,  WILLIAM  BALFOUR. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1903.  Student  of  Medicine,  1905-10; 
L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1910;  M.B.,  B.C.  (Camb.)  1914. 
St  Leonard's  Red  Cross  Hospital  (Edin.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain 
June  1916.  Egypt,  France,  and  North  Russia.  M.C.  (North  Russia)  Nov.  1918. 

GOW,  GEORGE  ALEXANDER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1912-16,  Cadet  Pipe-Major.  Student  of  Arts, 
1916-17.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917. 
R.E.  (Signal  Service),  2nd  Lieut.  May  1918.  The  Rhine. 

GOW,  JOHN  MILLER. 

Perth  Academy.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1909-15  and  1918-19;  M.A.  1913; 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  March 
1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  M.C.  June  1917.  Dispatches  July  1917. 

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GOWAN,  ALASTAIR  AIKENHEAD. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1910-13.  Chartered 
Accountant,  1913.  9th  Royal  Scots,  1909-13,  L/Corporal.  Montreal  Heavy 
Brigade,  Canadian  Artillery.  R.G.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1916;  Lieut.  March 
1918  to  Jan.  1919.  France  Dec.  1916  to  March  1918.  Wounded  March  1918. 
Dispatches  April  1918. 

GOWAN,  ANTHONY  THOMPSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1903-9.  4th  Canadian 
Infantry  Battn.,  Private  Aug.  1914;  L/Corporal  Feb.  1916.  France  Feb.  1915  to 
Sept.  1917.  Twice  Wounded. 

GOWANS,  THOMAS. 

Fettes;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  Clinical  Ophthalmologist,  Durham 
University.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1908;  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1914.  ist  Northern  General 
Hospital,  1912-17  and  1918-19;  59th  General  Hospital,  France,  April  1917-18. 
Mention  1916. 

GOWANS,  WILLIAM  HARVEY. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906;  L.D.S.  (Edin.)  1906;  D.P.H.  (St 
Andrews).  B.R.C.  Auxiliary  Hospital,  Broughty  Ferry,  1915-17.  R.A.M.C, 
Lieut.  June  1917;  Captain  June  1918.  O.C.  British  Ophthalmic  Hospital, 
Jerusalem,  1918-19. 

GRACE,  CHARLES  LINDESAY  PLAYFAIR. 

Fettes.  B.A.  (Camb.).  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1919. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914  to  Feb.  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Highland  Cyclist 
Battn.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1915  ;  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Captain  Nov.  1916. 

GRACE,  RICHARD  FAIRFAX. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.     i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private. 

GRACIE,  ANDREW  JOHN  AINSLIE. 

North  Berwick  High  School.     Student  of  Science,  1916-18.     O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct. 

1917  to  Sept.  1918,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet,  R.E.     Highland  Light  Infantry,  Sept. 

1918  to  Feb.  1919. 

GRACIE,  DAVID  SMART. 

Student  of  Science,  1918.  i6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Dec.  1914;  L/Corporal. 
France.  Wounded  and  taken  Prisoner  at  the  Somme,  July  1916. 

GRACIE,  JAMES. 

Wanlockhead  School.  M.A.  1887  ;  B.D.  1891.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Chaplain,  attached  Royal  Air  Force,  April  1918. 

GRACIE,  JOHN  McARTHUR  CAMPBELL. 

Broughton  School.  Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1914-15, 
Cadet.  9th  and  2nd  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915;  Lieut. 
July  1917.  France.  Wounded  and  taken  Prisoner  at  Guillemont,  July  1916. 

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GRAHAM,  ALASTAIR  MUNRO. 

Kirkcaldy  School.  O.T.C.  four  years.  Student  of  Science,  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Nov.  1916  to  Sept.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet.  2nd  Royal  Scots,  2nd 
Lieut.  June  1918  to  April  1919.  France  1918.  The  Rhine. 

GRAHAM,  DAVID  CHARTERIS. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-15.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1914.  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and 
L.R.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain.  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital. 

GRAHAM,  DAVID  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  1899;  F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1901. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  July  1908.  Mobilised,  Captain,  Aug.  1914;  Major  Nov.  1914;  Acting 
Lieut-Col.  1917;  Lieut-Col.  1919.  58th  Scottish  General  Hospital,  France,  and 
2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital,  Edinburgh.  Mention  1917.  O.B.E.  (Military). 

GRAHAM,  DONALD. 

Kingussie  School.  M.A.  1910.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-13,  Cadet.  R.N.R.,  Seaman 
Nov.  1915-16.  Naval  Schoolmaster,  1916;  Warrant  Schoolmaster,  1917-19. 

GRAHAM,  GILBERT  MALISE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.     Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  April  1914. 

GRAHAM,  HAROLD. 

Carlisle  Grammar  School ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug. 
1917  to  May  1918,  Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  May  1918.  2/ioth  Royal 
Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

GRAHAM,  INGRAM  ANNAN. 

Regent  Road  School.  M.A.  1909.  2/6th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Private  May 
1916;  L/Corporal  Aug.  1917.  2/1  st  Scottish  Horse  to  Dec.  1918. 

GRAHAM,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  CM.  1897;  M.D.  1915.     R.A.M.C,  Lieut;  Captain  June  1917. 

GRAHAM,  JAMES. 

M.A.  1892.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1899-1903.  2/4th  Royal  Scots  (T.) 
Private  Dec.  1914;  L/Corporal  June  1915  ;  Sergeant  Nov.  1915. 

GRAHAM,  JOHN  MACKENZIE. 

Dingwall  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  52nd  Gordon  Highlanders, 
Private  June  1918;  L/Corporal  Aug.  to  Dec.  1918. 

GRAHAM,  MANNERS  HAMILTON  NISBET. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1908-9.  Student  of  Science,  1909-12.  7th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1913;  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain 
July  1915.  France.  Wounded  Nov.  1915.  Assistant  Recruiting  Officer,  Scottish 
Command,  July  to  Dec.  1917. 

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GRAHAM,  ROBERT  BALFOUR. 

Kelso  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1879-80;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1884; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1888;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1894.  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps, 
Acting  Surgeon  1887;  Lieut-Col.  1906.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut-Col.  Nov.  1915  to  Aug. 

1918.  Western  Command  Depot,  1915-16.     President,  Recruiting  Medical  Board, 
Scotland,  1916-17.     Craiglockhart  War  Hospital,  1917-18.     V.D.  1907. 

GRAHAM,  SIMMON  DICKSON. 

M.B.,  CM.  1893.     R-A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Dec.  1915.     Gallipoli. 

GRAHAM,  THOMAS. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915;  Major 
Aug.  1918.  2nd  North  Midland  Field  Ambulance.  M.C. 

GRAHAM,  WILLIAM  THOMSON. 

Perth  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  191 1  ;  Captain  July 
1914,  Indian  Exp.  Force.  Mesopotamia  1914-18  ;  Palestine  1918-19.  Dispatches 
1916  and  1919.  O.B.E.  June  1919. 

GRAHAM-YOOLL,  MALCOLM  ANDREW. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1912-16.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-17  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  April  1916  to  Feb.  1917,  Cadet;  Officer  Cadet  Feb.  1917. 
R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut  July  1917. 

GRAHAME,  MALCOLM  CLAUD  RUSSELL. 

Westminster  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S. 
(Glasg.)  1906;  D.P.H.  (Edin.),  and  D.T.M.  (Liverpool)  1913.  University  Battery, 
E.C.A.V.,  and  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1899-1912,  Lieut.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  Aug.  1914;  Captain  Aug.  1915.  Sanitary  Officer. 

GRAINGER  STEWART,  THOMAS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.     O.T.C.  1912-14.     Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1914-15  and 

1919.  O.T.C.    Infantry,   Oct.  to    Dec.   1914,   Cadet.     i6th   attached    I7th    Royal 
Scots,   2nd    Lieut.  Dec.    1914;  Lieut.  July  1917;   Acting  Captain   and    Adjutant 
Dec.  1918  to  May  1919.     France.     M.C.  Jan.  1917. 

GRANGER,  THOMAS  ARTHUR. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1892.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  July  1894.  Mekran  Expedition, 
1898;  Parachamkanis  1899.  Brevet  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1914;  Lieut-Col.  July  1914. 
Hon.  Surgeon  to  Viceroy  of  India,  Sept  1914.  Egypt  and  Gallipoli,  1915; 
France  1916-18.  Dispatches  Dec.  1917  and  April  1918.  C.M.G.  June  1918. 

GRANT,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Science.  A.S.C.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Lieut;  Captain  Nov.  1917;  Acting  Major  March  1918.  3rd  Division  Ammunition 
Column.  Twice  Mentioned  in  Dispatches. 

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GRANT,  ALEXANDER. 

Glenrinnes  School.  M.A.  1898.  2nd  Artists'  Rifles,  O.T.C.,  Private  Jan.  1917. 
3rd  G.B.  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers,  attached  igth  Rifle  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1917;  Lieut.  Nov.  1918.  Attached  H.Q.,  Palestine  and  Egypt. 

GRANT,  ALEXANDER  LEWIS. 

Burghead  School.  Highland  Artillery  Volunteers,  Gunner  1907.  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1912.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915-16.  Mercantile  Marine,  Japan  -  Vladivostok 
and  Australia,  Feb.  1916  to  April  1917. 

GRANT,  ANDREW. 

Grantown-on-Spey  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1918.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1916;  Major  June  1919.  Wounded  July  1916. 
M.B.E.  (Military)  June  1919. 

GRANT,  ANDREW. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1904;  D.T.M. 
Johore  Military  Forces,  Surgeon-Lieut,  attached  Singapore  Command,  Sept.  1914 ; 
Surgeon-Captain  March  1916.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1916;  Captain  July  1917; 
Acting  Major  June  1918  to  May  1919.  France  Sept.  1916  to  May  1917;  Palestine 
April  1918  to  June  1919.  O.B.E.  and  Dispatches  June  1919. 

GRANT,  A.  R.  S. 

Student  of  Medicine.     9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

GRANT,  ARTHUR  BALFOUR. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Feb.  1916 
to  Oct.  1918,  Cadet  Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Holland. 

GRANT,  COLIN. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  7Oth 
Field  Ambulance. 

GRANT,  DANIEL  MCDONALD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut;  Captain  April  1915.  1st  Highland 
Field  Ambulance. 

GRANT,  DOUGLAS  ALISTAIR. 

Student  of  Law,  1910-12.     gth  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

GRANT,  EDMUND  GEILS  REGINALD. 

Eastbourne  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1911-14,  Sergeant.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1914-15,  Cadet.  4th  Royal  Warwickshire  Regi- 
ment (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1915  ;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Wounded  July  1919. 

GRANT,  GEORGE  ALFRED. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1897-9.  Solicitor  before  the  Supreme 
Courts,  1903.  Irish  Fusiliers,  Vancouver,  B.C.,  Captain  Aug.  1914. 

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GRANT,  GEORGE  REGINALD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1909-12,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915.  Twice  Wounded.  M.C. 

GRANT,  GERALD  WALLACE. 

St  Andrews  College,  Toronto.  B.A.  (Dalhousie).  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-17 ; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  Anatomy  Staff,  1916.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Jan.  1913  to  July  1916, 
Cadet  Staff  Sergeant,  nth  Stationary  Hospital,  Rouen  (Dresser),  1915.  Canadian 
Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Nov.  1916.  France.  M.C.  Aug.  1918. 

GRANT,  GORDON  COUPER. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  July  1917  to  Jan.  1918, 
Cadet.  Highland  Light  Infantry,  79th  R.D.  Battn.,  Private  Jan.  1918.  Royal  Air 
Force,  3rd  Air  Mechanic,  Feb.  1918. 

GRANT,  HUGH  DUNCAN. 

Dornoch  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1913-15.  R.N.V.R.,  Lieut-Commander 
Feb.  1916.  R.N.  Air  Meteorological  Service  Officer,  Oct.  1916;  Lieut,  R.N.V.R., 
May  1917.  Superintendent,  Admiralty  Meteorological  Service,  Aug.  1918. 

GRANT,  IAN  MOUNT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1910.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  April  1916. 

GRANT,  JAMES  TAYLOR. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1893  ;  M.D.  1895  ;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1894  ;  F.R.C.P. 
1903.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  1915;  Captain  June  1916;  Major  March  1919.  Specialist 
Sanitary  Officer. 

GRANT,  JOHN  CHARLES  BOILEAU. 

Nottingham  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1913.  Anatomy 
Staff,  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1914;  Captain  Oct.  1915.  No.  18  Hospital,  France, 
1915.  Dispatches  1916.  M.C.  1917;  Bar  to  M.C.  1918. 

GRANT,  JOHN  PETER. 

Winchester.  Cadet  Corps  1901-4,  Corporal.  M.A.  (Oxford);  LL.B.  1912.  2nd 
Lovat  Scouts  (T.),  Oct.  1904;  Captain  Aug.  1914;  Major  Sept.  1916.  Dispatches, 
Gallipoli  1915  ;  Macedonia  June  1916  and  1917.  M.C.  1916. 

GRANT,  JOHN  VICTOR  LIVINGSTONE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  April  1915. 
Attached  i$th  "The  King's  Hussars."  No.  13  Stationary  Hospital;  No.  4  and 
No.  9  Cavalry  Field  Ambulances.  France  Oct.  1914 ;  The  Rhine.  Wounded  Dec. 
1915.  M.C.  Aug.  1918. 

GRANT,  JOSEPH. 

M.A.,  1914;  B.Sc.  1915.  R.E.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1916;  Lieut.  Jan.  1918. 

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GRANT,  LEWIS  JOHN. 

Glen  Urquhart  School.  M.A.  1903.  Schoolmaster,  South  Rhodesia.  No.  4  Coy. 
O.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1900-3.  South  Rhodesian  Defence  Force,  Captain.  R.F.C., 
2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1917;  Royal  Air  Force,  Captain  April  1918;  Major  July  1918. 

GRANT,  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut;  Captain  May  1916. 

GRANT,  ROBERT. 

Townsville  School,  Queensland.  B.A.  (Queensland)  1915.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1915  and  1919.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  to  Dec.  1915,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  Dec.  1915,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917. 
King's  African  Rifles. 

GRANT,  ROBERT  DONALD  SUTHERLAND. 

M.A.  1901.  Schoolmaster.  Munitions.  Kincardineshire  Volunteers,  Sergeant ; 
Musketry  Instructor  ;  Acting  Sergeant  Instructor. 

GRANT,  ROBERT  WILLIAM  LYALL. 

M.A.  (Aberdeen);  LL.B.  1903.  University  Battery  E.C.A.V.,  1899-1901. 
Attorney-General,  Nyasaland  Protectorate.  R.G.A.  (T.),  Captain  1904.  Nyasa, 
Rhodesia  Field  Force,  1914-19. 

GRANT,  STANLEY  NOEL. 

Aberdeen  Grammar  School.  M.A.  1919.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  Sept. 
1914  to  Jan.  1915.  Y.M.C.A.,  France.  Ministry  of  National  Service,  March  to 
Dec.  1918. 

GRANT,  WILLIAM  HALLEY. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1910-14.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-16  and  1918-20; 
M.A.  1920.  Royal  Fusiliers,  Private  May  1916.  France  1916-17.  Wounded  at 
Arras,  April  1917. 

GRASSICK,  WILLIAM  LOGAN. 

Ayr  Academy;  Dux;  First  XV.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1914.  Student  of 
Medicine,  1915.  Donaldson  Auchairne  Bursar,  1909;  Crichton  Bursar,  1915. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1916  to  March  1918,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon  Sub-Lieut. 
March  1918.  H.M.  Ships  North  Star  and  Minion. 

GRAVES,  DOUGLAS  HENRY  MCDONALD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1890.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  July 
1891,  Lieut-Col.  July  1911.  Mesopotamia.  N.-W.  Frontier,  India. 

GRAY,  ADAM  PATTERSON. 

Jedburgh  Grammar  School.  M.A.  1899.  R.G.A.,  iSist  Siege  Battery,  Gunner 
April  1917;  Bombardier  Nov.  1917.  Italy. 

GRAY,  ALEXANDER  CHARLES  EDWARD. 

Edinburgh  Collegiate  School.  M.B,  C.M.  1890;  M.D.  1898.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Oct.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916;  Major  March  1918.  Fulham  Military  Hospital 
and  Cerebro-Spinal  Fever  Wards,  London  District,  1915-19.  O.B.E.  June  1919. 

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GRAY,  ALFRED  JOHN. 

M.A.,  B.Sc.  1908.  R.F.A.,  277th  (Army)  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  July  1917. 
France. 

GRAY,  ARTHUR  HERBERT. 

Leys  School,  Cambridge.  M. A.  1890.  D.D.  (Glasg.)  1919.  Minister,  U.F.  Church 
of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  97th  Infantry  Brigade,  Captain  June  1915;  Major  April 
1918  to  Feb.  1919.  France  Nov.  1915-16. 

GRAY,  EDWARD  PENROSE  TWYFORD. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Aug.  to  Oct.  1914,  Cadet. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.).  Scottish  Horse  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Private.  Scottish 
Horse,  Lieut.  July  1917. 

GRAY,  ELLA  ORROK. 

Edinburgh  Ladies'  College.  Student  of  Arts,  1914  and  1916-18;  M.A.  1918. 
Women's  Royal  Naval  Service,  Senior  Writer,  Nov.  1918. 

GRAY,  GEORGE  CECIL  RHODES. 

Merchiston  Castle  and  Larchfield  ;  First  XV.  and  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Feb.  to  Oct.  1917,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  Oct.  1917.  R.F.A.,  88th 
Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1918. 

GRAY,  GEORGE  MARTIN. 

M.A.,  1909;  LL.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1910  to  Feb.  1912,  Cadet 
Sergeant.  5th  Gordon  Highlanders,  Captain  June  1916. 

GRAY,  HENRY. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915,  Cadet. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Dec.  1915;  Acting  Sergeant  Nov.  1917.  France 
Sept.  1916  to  April  1917. 

GRAY,  JAMES. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1894.  South  African  Campaign,  1902.  Australian  Army  Medical 
Corps,  Captain  Oct.  1915.  No.  2  Australian  Hospital,  Gheyirah  Palace,  Cairo, 
1915.  Wounded  Sept.  1916. 

GRAY,  JAMES. 

Ballymoney  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916;  Captain 
April  1917.  India  April  1916-18;  Palestine  April  1918  to  Sept.  1919. 

GRAY,  JAMES  M. 

Kingussie  School.     Student  of  Arts,  1918.     Royal  Air  Force,  Cadet,  June  1918. 

GRAY,  JOHN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.,  1915-18.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19.  4th 
Highland  Light  Infantry,  Private  April  1918. 

GRAY,  JOHN  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1898;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain 
Aug.  1914.  France  March  1917  to  Dec.  1918. 

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GRAY,  JOHN  WILLIAM. 

Campbeltown  Grammar  School.  M.A.  1907;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1911  ;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1914. 
R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Dec.  1911.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915; 
Acting  Major  June  1918.  France  1914  to  Nov.  1919.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

GRAY,  MAURICE  WISHART. 

Kirkwall  Grammar  School.  M.A.  1911;  B.Sc.  1913.  Research  Scholar,  1913. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-12,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  Lothians  and  Border  Horse  (T.). 
i/ist  Scottish  Horse  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Egyptian  Army, 
July  1917;  Captain;  Major.  Salonika. 

GRAY,  OLIVER. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Oct.  1913  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  May  1916  to  Oct.  1918.  H.M.  Ships  Cockatrice  and  Atherstone. 

GRAY,  OLIVER. 

Glasgow  Academy  and  Bootham  School,  York ;  First  XL,  Cricket  and  Football. 
University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  to  March  1917,  Cadet.  British  Ambulance  Unit, 
Italy,  six  months.  R.N.V.R.,  Midshipman,  Jan.  1917;  Sub-Lieut.  Nov.  1918. 
H.M.  Ships  Lark,  Murray,  and  Telemachus, 

GRAY,  THOMAS  PAUL. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1886;  M.D.  1898.  South  African  Campaign,  Civil  Surgeon,  1900-1. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916.  24th  Division,  R.F.A. ;  2nd 
Dragoon  Guards.  Aldershot  Hospital. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  ADAMSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-18;  M.B..  Ch.B.  1918. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1915  to  March  1916,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer, 
March  1916.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  April  1918-19. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  BAIN, 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1908.  Examiner  in  Scottish  History,  1914. 
6th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1912.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  Nov. 
1914;  Captain  Sept.  1916.  General  Staff  Officer  (3rd  Grade),  Dec.  1918. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  BIRRELL. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1912.  South  African  Campaign, 
1900-2.  Nigeria  Land  Contingent,  Sept.  1914;  Major  and  O.C.  July  1915  to  1918. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  FORREST  McARTHUR. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1914-17.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Dec.  1917  to  Aug.  1918, 
Cadet.  R.F.A.,  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1918. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  GEORGE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1915-16.  6th  and  7th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  March  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  May  1918.  Attached 
I /2nd  London  Scottish.  France,  5ist  Division.  Gassed  at  Arras  May  1917. 

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GRAY,  WILLIAM  HAMILTON. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1899-1901.  Chartered  Accountant, 
1902.  4th  and  I7th  Royal  Scots,  Lieut,  and  Quartermaster  Dec.  1914;  Temp. 
Captain  Sept.  1915.  France. 

GRAY,  WILLIAM  LEWIS. 

Glasgow  Academy  and  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Glasg.) ;  B.Sc.  1888.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Feb.  1887.  South  African  Campaign,  1900-1.  Lieut-Col.  1910;  Col.  1915. 
Dispatches  July  1916  and  Jan.  1917.  C.M.G.  Jan.  1917. 

GRAYSTON,  JOHN  WILLIAM. 

United  College,  Bradford.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1911-14;  M.A.  1914. 
R.G.A.,  I47th  Heavy  Battery,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Nov.  1915;  Captain 
Sept.  1917;  Acting  Major  April  1918.  France  Feb.  1915  to  June  1919.  M.C. 
June  1918. 

GREATOREX,  ROBERT  WILKINSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909.  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps,  1904-7,  Private.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  Jan.  1915-16  and  Oct.  1917;  Captain  April  1918. 

GREAVES,  FRANCIS  WOOD. 

Harrison  College,  Barbados.  First  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  D.T.M.  (Liverpool) 
1908;  D.P.H.,  R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  1909.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1904-6.  Trinidad  Medical  Service,  Surgeon-Lieut.  Oct.  1914  to  Sept.  1918. 
Attached  Trinidad  Mounted  Infantry.  H.M.  Transport  Magdalena. 

GREEN,  ARTHUR  CAMPBELL  VAUGHAN. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1910-11.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Medical, 
1909-12,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  West  Indies  1914; 
Northern  and  Dover  Patrols  1915-18;  Ostend  and  Zeebrugge,  North  Russian 
Exp.  Force  1919.  Dispatches  1918. 

GREEN,  HERBERT  MELVILLE. 

Clifton  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1898;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.)  and 
L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1893.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1888-91,  Sergeant. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain  Oct.  1916.  St  John's  Hospital,  Malta; 
64th  General  Hospital,  Salonika.  France. 

GREEN,  JOHN  JOSEPH. 

Holy  Cross  Academy,  Leith.  Student  of  Arts,  1915  and  1919.  R.F.A.,  i87th 
Brigade,  4ist  Division,  Gunner  March  1916. 

GREEN,  JOHN  LIGERTWOOD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1907.  Marchhall  R.C.  Aux. 
Hospital,  Edinburgh,  1915-17.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917.  France.  Invalided 
out  April  1918. 

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GREEN,  JOSEPH. 

Norwich  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  M.D.  and  D.P.H.  1911.  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Captain  Oct.  1915.  54th  East  Anglian  Casualty  Clearing 
Station;  Military  Hospital,  Imtarfa,  Malta.  i/6th  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers  and 
53rd  Division,  Ammunition  Column,  R.F.A.  M.B.E.  1918. 

GREEN,  STEPHEN. 

Fettes.  O.T.C.  1909-10.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1910-16;  M.A.  1914. 
R.A.M.C.,  Private  Dec.  1915. 

GREEN,  THOMAS  ARTHUR. 

Skipton  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1890;  M.D.  1897;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1904. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  April  1908;  Captain  Oct.  1911;  Major  Nov.  1914;  Lieut-Col. 
Aug.  1916.  i/3rd  South  Midland  Field  Ambulance.  France  and  Italy  Feb. 
1915  to  June  1919.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917  and  Jan.  and  May  1918.  D.S.O. 
June  1918. 

GREENBERG,  MAX. 

South  African  College,  Cape  Town.  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Oct.  1914. 

GREENFIELD,  JOSEPH  GODWIN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  B.Sc.  1906;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1914; 
Captain  Oct.  1917.  -  France. 

GREENFIELD,  THOMAS  CHALLEN. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1907-1 1,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Science,  1911-14 ; 
B.Sc.  1914;  A.M.Inst.C.E.  1919.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  Dec.  1911  to  Oct.  1914, 
Cadet  Corporal.  R.E.,  2nd  Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1915.  France.  Wounded 
Nov.  1915.  Invalided  out  April  1917. 

GREENHILL,  JAMES  KENNETH. 

B.A. ;  LL.B.  1913.     Advocate  1913.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 

GREENHILL,  JOHN  CLAPPERTON. 

Edinburgh  Academy  and  Sedbergh.  O.T.C.  1907-8.  Student  of  Law,  1912-13. 
Chartered  Accountant,  1917.  I2th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  Jan.  1915;  Captain  June  1915.  France  and  Serbia  1915; 
Egypt  1916.  Invalided  out  May  1916. 

GREENLAW,  EBENEZER  WATT. 

Greenock  School.  M.A.  1904.  Schoolmaster.  6th  V.B.  Royal  Scots,  1900-1, 
Private.  City  of  Edinburgh  Volunteers,  Private  March  1917-19. 

GREENLEES,  THOMAS  DUNCAN. 

Ayr  Academy.  M.B.,  CM.  1882;  M.D.  1901.  South  African  Campaign, 
1899-1902.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  Jan.  1915.  Dorset  and  Wiltshire  R.E.  (T.). 
Invalided  out  Sept.  1917. 

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GREENSHIELUS,  WILLIAM  SOMERVILLE. 
M.A.  1911.     A.S.C.,  Lieut. 

GREENWAY,  ALEXANDER  STEVENSON. 

M.B.,  CM.  1874;  M.D.  1880;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1878.  Vol.  Medical  Staff  Corps, 
1887.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut-Col.  1908.  4th  London  Field  Ambulance,  Aug.  1914 
to  March  1919.  T.D.  1908. 

GREENWOOD,  ROBERT  ALFRED. 

Mark  Bridge,  York.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Medical,  April  1908  to  June  1911, 
Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1912.  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  Captain 
Dec.  1914;  Acting  Major  Jan.  to  Dec.  1918.  loth  Royal  Hospital,  Rouen, 
Dec.  1914.  Dispatches  June  1916  and  Jan.  1918.  M.C.  June  1918. 

GREENWOOD,  THOMAS  PARKER. 

Skipton  Grammar  School.  B.Sc.  1891;  M.B.,  CM.  1897;  M.D.  1903.  R.A.M.C., 
Temp.  Captain  July  1918.  Nottingham  County  War  Hospital. 

GREER,  WILLIAM  NIVEN. 

Foyle  College,  Londonderry.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1914  to  July  1916,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Aug.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1917.  O.B.E. 

GREER,  WILLIAM  WELLS. 

Brisbane  Grammar  School.  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  M.D.  1906;  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  1914.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  March  1915;  Major 
Jan.  1918.  3rd  London  Field  Ambulance.  Egypt.  M.C.  Dispatches  March 
1917  and  Jan.  1918. 

GREGOR,  DAVID  CLUNIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy ;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  June 
1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  June  1918. 

GREGOR,  JAMES  WYLLIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XI.  O.T.C.  1914-17.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
Jan.  to  June  1918,  Cadet.  Royal  Air  Force,  Officer  Cadet  June  1918. 

GREGORSON,  ANGUS  MACLAINE. 

Student  of  Law.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1893.  9th  and  4th  Royal  Scots  (T.), 
Lieut.;  Captain  Oct.  1914.  Army  Recruiting  Staff,  Ministry  of  National  Service. 

GREGORY,  DAVID  ALEXANDER. 

Rossall.  O.T.C  1915-17.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-19.  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Aug.  1918  to  Jan.  1919.  France  Nov.  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

GREGORY,  JOHN  BONAR. 

Glasgow  Academy.  O.T.C.  1911-14.  Student  of  Arts,  1914-15  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Jan.  to  Oct.  1915,  Cadet.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Lieut.  April  1917.  Attached  ist  London  Scottish  1916; 
5ist  Division  (Highland),  1917,  and  5gth  Division  (M.G.C.)  1918.  France; 
Somme,  Vimy,  Roeux,  Ypres,  and  Cambrai.  Dispatches  Oct.  1918. 

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GREIG,  DAVID  MIDDLETON. 

M.B.,  CM.  1885;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1890.  Lecturer  on  Clinical  Surgery, 
St  Andrews  University.  R.A.M.C.,  Major  Dec.  1904.  T.D. 

GREIG,  EDWARD  DAVID  WILSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  CM.  1895  .'  M.D. ;  B.Sc. ;  D.Sc.  1909.  Indian  Medical 
Service,  1899,  Captain;  Major  Jan.  1911;  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1920.  D.A.D.M.S. 
Tigris  Corps,  Mesopotamia,  March  to  Aug.  1916.  C.I.E. 

GREIG,  EUGENE  FRANKLIN. 

Lycee  Charlemagne,  Paris.  B.Sc.  1909.  Bachelier  es  Sciences  (Paris).  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Sept.  to  Oct.  1914.  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  March  1916. 
France  Oct.  1915  to  Dec.  1916,  and  Sept.  1917  to  Oct.  1918. 

GREIG,  JAMES  HENRY. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry, 
1915-16,  Cadet.  3rd  Gordon  Highlanders,  Private  June  1916;  L/Corporal. 
Detective  Branch,  Military  Police.  France  Oct.  1916  to  March  1917. 

GREIG.  P.  R. 

Student  of  Medicine.     2nd  Lieut,  in  the  Army. 

GREY,  GAVIN. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1894.  No.  4  Coy.  O.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1889-1900,  Colour-Sergeant,  ist  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1900. 
3rd  attached  nth  King's  Liverpool  Regiment,  Captain  June  1909;  Temp.  Major 
Dec.  1917  to  April  1918.  Commandant  Prisoners  of  War  Camp.  France  May 
to  Sept.  1915  ;  Salonika  Jan.  1917  to  April  1919. 

GREY,  JOHN  OGILVIE. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1887-90.  Solicitor  before  the 
Supreme  Courts.  1898.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut,  1893.  nth  Royal 
Scots,  Captain  Sept.  1914;  Major  Nov.  1918.  France  for  five  years. 

GREY,  WILLIAM  LILBURN. 

N.E.  Co.  School,  Barnard  Castle.  O.T.C.  1912-14.  Student  of  Science,  1915. 
O.T.C.  Engineers,  1914-15,  Cadet.  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut  June  1915. 

GRIERSON,  HENRY  JAMES. 

Glenalmond;  First  XV.  Cadet  Corps  1881-7,  Corporal.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1890; 
Student  of  Law,  1895-6.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1896.  6th  Royal  Highlanders 
(Black  Watch)  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914;  Lieut.  1915  ;  Captain  June  1916;  Major 
June  1918.  France  Nov.  1916. 

GRIERSON,  JOHN  DARBYSHIRE. 

Hoe  Grammar  School,  Plymouth;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-17  and 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1915-17,  Cadet  Corporal.  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
2nd  Lieut  April  1917.  France  Oct.  1917  to  Feb.  1918. 

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GRIERSON,  WILLIAM  GOLDSWORTHY. 

Hoe  Grammar  School,  Plymouth.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16  and  1919. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1915  to  Jan.  1916,  Cadet.  2nd  Royal  Highlanders  (Black 
Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Captain  Aug.  1919.  Mesopotamia 
Jan.  1917-18;  Palestine,  Syria,  and  Egypt,  Jan.  1918-20. 

GRIEVE,  ALEXANDER  BARRIE. 

Breadalbane  Academy,  Aberfeldy.  M.A.  (Camb.) ;  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1907;  D.Sc.  1912. 
Lecturer  in  Mathematics,  London  University.  Royal  Navy,  Instructor-Lieut.,  Jan. 
1916  to  May  1919.  H.M.  Ships  President  and  Marlborough.  Jutland  Battle, 
May  1916. 

GRIEVE,  GEORGE  ANDREW. 

Student  of  Arts,  1906-9  and  1918-20;  M.A.  1920.  2/ist  Highland  Cyclist  Battn., 
Sergeant;  Lieut,  and  Quartermaster  Nov.  1914;  Captain  and  Quartermaster  Nov. 
1917.  i/4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  July  1918.  France. 

GRIEVE,  GEORGE  THOMAS  WILSON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1913-16,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1916  to  April  1917,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer 
Cadet  April  1917.  North  Scottish  R.G.A.  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  July  1917;  Lieut. 
Jan.  1919.  France,  March  1918  to  Jan.  1919. 

GRIEVE,  HUGH. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15.  R.F.A.  (T.).  4th  Sussex  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut; 
Lieut.  June  1916. 

GRIEVE,  IAN  MARTIN  DONALDSON. 

Breadalbane  Academy,  Aberfeldy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918-20.  I4th  London 
Regiment  (London  Scottish),  Piper  Aug.  1914.  France  1914.  Wounded. 

GRIEVE,  JOHN. 

George  Heriot's  School.  M.A.  1906.  Schoolmaster.  R.E.,  Corporal ;  Dispatch 
Rider. 

GRIEVE,  JOHN. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Law,  1898.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1904. 
A.S.C.  (T.),  52nd  Lowland  Division  Train,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1911;  Lieut.; 
Captain  Aug.  1914;  Major  Feb.  1917.  loth  (Irish)  Division,  A.S.C.  Egypt 
June  1915;  Serbia  Oct.  1915;  Macedonia  Dec.  1915;  Palestine  Sept.  1917  to 
May  1918.  Dispatches. 

GRIEVE,  JOHN  CALDWELL. 

Dumfries  Academy.  M.B.,  C.M.  1905.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Captain 
April  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918.  1st  North  Midland  Field  Ambulance. 
M.C.  Jan.  1918. 

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GRIEVE,  JOHN  WATKIN. 

Bradford  Grammar  School.  O.T.C.  1914-17,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student  of  Science, 
1918.  R.G.A.,  No  i  Siege  Artillery  Reserve  Brigade,  Jan.  1918;  2nd  Lieut.  July 
1918. 

GRIEVE,  KELBURNE  KING. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1906.  West  African  Medical  Staff,  Lieut.  Cameroons  Exp.  Force, 
South  Nigeria. 

GRIEVE,  WILLIAM. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1907.  Karachi  Artillery 
Volunteers,  1915.  38th  Dogras  (I.A.R.O.),  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  Oct.  1917; 
Acting  Captain  Feb.  1919.  56th  Punjabi  Rifles,  Frontier  Force. 

GRIFFIN,  ERROL  FLEMING. 

Pietermaritzburg  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1916-19.  7th 
Royal  Scots  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut. ;  Lieut.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force. 

GRIFFITH,  WILLIAM. 

St  Peter's  School,  Weston-super-Mare.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain 
Sept.  1915;  Major.  Attached  R.G.A.,  1915. 

GRIFFITHS,  ALFRED. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1888;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1904.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1915;  Captain 
March  1916;  Major  March  1918.  Mention  1916. 

GRIFFITHS,  DAVID  JONATHEN  POSTHUMOUS. 

West  Monmouthshire  School,  Pontypool  ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918. 
4th  Reserve  Battn.  Royal  Welsh  Fusiliers,  Private  May  1918. 

GRIFFITHS,  EVAN  JOHN. 

Llandovery  School;  First  XI.,  Football.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904;  D.P.H.  (Wales). 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June  1915;  Captain  June  1916.  Foreign  Service  for  three 
and  a  half  years. 

GRIFFITHS,  JOSEPH. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1885;  M.D.  1890;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1887;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.).  R.A.M.C. 
(T.),  Colonel  May  1908.  ist  Eastern  General  Hospital.  C.M.G. ;  T.D. 

GRIMSTON,  EDWARD  ROBERT  TYMON. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-16.     8th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private. 

GRISTWOOD,  THOMAS  JAMES. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1916-17  and  1919.  R.G.A., 
Gunner  April  1917;  Bombardier  Nov.  1917;  Corporal  Sept.  1918;  Officer  Cadet 
Oct.  1918.  France. 

GROGAN,  ANDREW  WAUCHOPE. 

Cheltenham.  Student  of  Law,  1910-14.  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept. 
1909;  Lieut.  July  1912;  Captain  June  1916. 

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GROVES,  CHARLES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14.  5th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private 
Sept.  1914;  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1916;  Lieut.  April  1918.  Gallipoli  and  France. 
Invalided  out  Dec.  1918. 

GROVES,  ERNEST  JOSEPH  CLIFFORD. 

Bedford  Modern  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905.  No.  4  Coy. 
Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Captain  April  1915. 
2nd  South  Midland  Field  Ambulance.  Invalided  out  1918. 

GRUMMETT,  EDWARD  FALKNER. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1914-16.  University  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1917-18, 
Cadet  Corporal;  Officer  Cadet  Sept.  1918.  4th  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 
May  1919. 

GUEST,  EDWARD. 

Allan  Glen's  School,  Glasgow.  Cadet  Corps  1915-17,  Sergeant.  University 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  1917,  Cadet  L/Corporal ;  Officer  Cadet.  5th  Highland 
Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1918;  Lieut.  April  1919.  France. 

GUILD,  DAVID  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.A.  1907;  LL.B.  Advocate,  1909.  R.F.A.,  Gunner 
March  1916;  2nd  Lieut.  June  1916;  Lieut.  Dec.  1917.  France.  Wounded  near 
Rosieres,  Aug.  1918. 

GUILDFORD,  CHARLES  JAMES. 

Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  3/6th  Royal  Sussex  Regiment  (Cyclist  Battn.), 
Private  Dec.  1915.  loth  Essex  Regiment,  2nd  Lieut.  March  1917;  Lieut. 
Sept.  1918. 

GULLAND,  GEORGE  LOVELL. 

Royal  High  School.  M.A.  1881  ;  B.Sc. ;  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  M.D.  1890;  F.R.C.P. 
(Edin.)i890.  Professor  of  Medicine.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major.  2nd  Scottish  General 
Hospital,  1910.  Army  Medical  Service,  Colonel  July  to  Dec.  1915.  Malta. 
C.M.G.  and  Mention  1916. 

GULLAND,  JOHN  MASSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1913-17,  Cadet  Officer.  Student  of  Science,  1918. 
R.E.  Signal  Service,  Officer  Cadet  April  1917;  2nd  Lieut.  Nov.  1917  to  Jan.  1919. 
France  1918. 

GUNN,  ALBERT  ALEXANDER. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  'M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  May  1909; 
Captain  Dec.  1912.  ist  East  Lancashire  Brigade  and  2ioth  Brigade,  R.F.A. 
4 ist  Stationary  Hospital,  France.  Egypt,  Gallipoli,  Palestine,  and  France  Sept. 
1914  to  Dec.  1918.  Dispatches  July  1917. 

GUNN,  ALEXANDER  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15  ;  MB.,  Ch.B.  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  March  1909  to 
Feb.  1912,  Cadet.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon  July  1915. 

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GUNN,  ANDREW  RUGG. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  March  1915;  Captain  March  1916. 
Ophthalmist,  i6th  (Indian)  Division,  1916-19.  Gallipoli  1915.  India  1916-19. 

GUNN,  ELIZABETH  CATHERINE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  L.M.  (Dublin).  New  Zealand  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Oct. 
1915. 

GUNN,  GEORGE. 

Student  of  Medicine.     Seaforth  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut. 

GUNN,  GEORGE  HERBERT. 

Thurso  Academy;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1913-18;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1918. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  Oct.  1916  to  Dec.  1918,  Cadet  Staff  Sergeant.  5th  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  Piper  Nov.  1910.  ist  Gordon  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  1914. 
Invalided  out  July  1915. 

GUNN,  HUGH. 

M.A.  1893.  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Lieut.  South  African  Campaign. 
28th  Northumberland  Fusiliers  (Tyneside  Scottish),  Captain  1915-16.  Ministry 
of  Munitions. 

GUNN,  JAMES  ANDREW 

M.A.  1901;  B.Sc.  1903;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  M.D.  1907;  D.Sc.  1909.  Assistant 
Materia  Medica  Department.  Professor  of  Pharmacology,  Oxford  University. 
R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  June  1915.  3rd  Southern  General  Hospital, 
1915-17.  Research,  Ministry  of  Munitions,  1918-19. 

GUNN,  J.  C. 

Student  of  Science.     4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut. 

GUNN,  JOHN  CAMERON. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1909-11.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Feb.  1910  to  Nov.  1912,  Cadet. 
Malay  States  Vol.  Rifles,  Private  1914. 

GUNN,  JAMES  MARSDEN  LOWER. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1906-11;  Cadet  Colour-Sergeant.  Student 
of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  1915;  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  Oct.  1913,  Cadet.  5th 
Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Jan.  1914;  Lieut.  May  1915;  Captain  Nov.  1917. 
Machine-Gun  Corps. 

GUNN,  JAMES  TURNER. 

Royal  High  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) 
1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1916.  5ist  General  Hospital. 
No.  7  British  Field  Ambulance,  April  1915;  i8th  Brigade,  R.F.A.  (Lahore 
Division),  May  1915.  France.  Wounded  at  Somme,  Aug.  1916. 

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GUNN,  JOHN. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-12.  ist  Canadian  Regiment, 
Private  Aug.  1914.  7th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting 
Captain  Oct.  1918.  Invalided  out  May  1919.  M.C.  Sept.  1918  and  Bar  Jan. 
1919. 

GUNN,  JOHN  DONALD. 

Loretto  ;  First  XI.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1905  ;  First  XV.  MB.,  Ch.B.  1910  ;  M.D.  1914  ; 
F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  May  1916;  Acting 
Major  June  1918  ;  42nd  General  Hospital,  Salonika,  Caucasus,  and  82nd  General 
Hospital,  Constantinople. 

GUNN,  JOHN  PETERSON. 

George  Watson's  College.  Cadet  Corps  1908;  Cadet  Sergeant.  M.A.  (Hons. 
Maths),  1912;  B.Sc.  1913.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1908-11,  Cadet.  5th  Royal  Scots 
(T.),  2nd  Lieut.  1911;  Lieut;  Captain  Jan.  1915.  ist  King  George's  Own 
Sappers  and  Miners,  I.A.R.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain  Nov.  1917.  Mesopotamia. 

GUNN,  JOHN  WILLIAM  CORMACK. 

Kirkwall  School.  M.A.  1908  ;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  Assistant,  Materia  Medica, 
1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918, 
I9th  General  Hospital,  Dec.  1917  to  June  1919.  2ist  General  Hospital, 
Alexandria.  Dispatches  April  1917. 

GUNN,  JOHN  WILLIAM  MILLER. 

Wick  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.  R.G.A.,  Gunner  Dec.  1915; 
Bombardier;  Acting  Corporal.  Gassed  April  1918. 

GUNSON,  EDWARD  BURTON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  M.D.  1911;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1913.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain, 
Feb.  1916;  Acting  Major  Jan.  1918. 

GUNSON,  EDWARD  CARWARDINE. 

Chelmsford  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Oct.  1914; 
Captain  Oct.  1915  to  Feb.  1919.  Wounded  May  1917.  D.S.O.  July  1916. 

GUNTER,  FRANCIS  ERNEST. 

Dover  College ;  First  XV.  L.R.C.P.&  S.  (Edin.)  and  L.F.P.S.  (Glasg.)  1891  ;  M.B., 
CM.  1893.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1895;  Captain  July  1898;  Major  May  1907; 
Lieut-Col.  March  1915;  Temp.  Col.  June  1916.  A.D.M.S.  Aug.  1918.  83rd 
General  Hospital,  France.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1917.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917  and  Jan. 
1918. 

GUPPY,  HENRY  BROUGHAM. 

Sherborne,  Dorset.     M.B.,  C.M.  1876.     2nd  Devon  Vol.  Regiment,  Private  1915-17. 

GURNEY,  ARTHUR  LEOPOLD. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901.  South  African  Medical  Corps,  Captain  Feb.  1914;  Temp. 
Major  April  1917  to  Dec.  1918.  R.M.O.  5th  South  African  Infantry,  East  Africa, 
Jan.  to  Nov.  1916. 

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GUSH,  HOWARD  WALTER. 

St  Paul's  House,  St  Leonard's-on-Sea.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903.  Volunteer  Medical 
Staff  Corps,  1896-1903,  Staff  Sergeant.  West  African  Medical  Staff.  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain  June  1917.  France;  Somme,  and  Arras,  June  1916-17. 
German  East  Africa,  1917.  Wounded  Nov.  1917. 

GUTHRIE,  HUGH  LIVINGSTONE  CLARK. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914, 
Cadet,  i /9th  Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1917;  Acting 
Captain;  Acting  Major.  i/7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  June  1916. 
Machine-Gun  Corps,  1917  to  Feb.  1919.  France  1915-18.  Dispatches  Jan.  1917. 

GUTHRIE,  JAMES  BRAID. 

Leven  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1910-15;  M.A.  1915;  B.Sc.  Schoolmaster. 
6th  Royal  Scots  (T.).  Mobilised  Aug.  1914;  R.Q.M.S.  Nov.  1914. 

GUTHRIE,  JOHN  CRAIG. 
M.A.  1900.     R.G.A.,  Captain. 

GUTHRIE,  ROBERT  LYALL. 

Dundee  High  School.  M.A.  1888;  M.B.,  CM.  1892;  M.D.  1901.  R.A.M.C.  (T.), 
Lieut.  Dec.  1914;  Captain  June  1915  ;  Major  July  1916;  Brevet  Major  June  1917; 
Acting  Lieut-Col.  Aug.  1917.  France  Aug.  1915.  O.B.E.  June  1919. 

GUTHRIE,  THOMAS  MANSFIELD. 

Edinburgh  Academy..  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots, 
1897-1901,  Private.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec.  1916.  68th  Field  Ambulance, 
Salonika. 

GUTHRIE,  THOMAS  MAUL. 

Brechin  High  School.  Student  of  Law,  1889-92.  Law  Agent,  1895.  5th  Royal 
Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.,  1896;  Lieut.  1899;  Captain  1908; 
Acting  Major  1916. 

GUTHRIE,  WILLIAM  A. 

Leven  School.  M.A.  1896.  5th  and  7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch)  (T.), 
Oct.  1906;  Temp.  Major  1914;  Temp.  Lieut-Col.  April  1916;  Major  Oct.  1916. 
Dispatches  June  and  Dec.  1916  and  June  1918. 

GUY,  JAMES  CAMPBELL  MORRISON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1909-11.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1911-14  and 
1918-19;  M.A.  1915.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1913-14,  Cadet  R.N.V.R.,  Royal  Marine 
Artillery,  R.N.  Division,  Sub-Lieut  Aug.  1914;  Lieut.  July  1916.  Antwerp. 
East  African  Exp.  Force,  Dec.  1915  to  Sept.  1917.  Invalided  out  April  1918. 
Dispatches  Oct.  1917.  M.C.  March  1918. 

GUY,  JOHN  AGNEW  CAMPBELL. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-16;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  O.T.C. 
Artillery,  1912-14,  Medical  1914-15,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  July  1916; 
Captain  Jan.  1917.  8th  London  Mounted  Brigade  Field  Ambulance,  Salonika, 
Aug.  1916;  Egypt  June  1917;  Palestine  July  1917;  France  June  1918. 

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GUY,  WILLIAM. 

Norwich  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1878-81;  L.R.C.P.  &  S.  (Edin.) 
1884;  F.R.C.S.  and  L.D.S.  (Edin.)  1892.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  1908;  Brevet 
Major  June  1917.  Specialist,  Face  and  Jaws,  2nd  Scottish  General  Hospital; 
O.C.  Principal  Dental  Centre,  Scottish  Command. 

GUYER,  RONALD  BRETT. 

Edinburgh  Institution;  First  XV.  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.,  1912-15.  Student 
of  Science,  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  March  to  Aug.  1918,  Cadet  Corporal. 
4th  Seaforth  Highlanders,  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1918. 

GWYTHER,  ARTHUR. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1893.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.-Col. 

GYLE,  JOHN  BURNSIDE. 

Perth  Academy;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1917-19.  O.T.C. 
Infantry,  Feb.  to  May  1915,  Cadet.  I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders, 
Private  May  1915.  6th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Nov. 
1915;  Lieut.  July  1917.  Seconded,  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Aug.  1916  to  April 
1918.  France.  Wounded  near  Monchy-le-Preux  April  1917. 

HADDON,  DAVID  ALEXANDER  ROSS. 

Fettes  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1908-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1913;  M.D.  1919. 
9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  1906 ;  Lieut.,  Aug.  1914  to  Jan.  1915.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain 
May  1915;  Major  Aug.  1918.  France  Feb.  1915  to  March  1919.  Wounded  at 
second  Ypres,  1915;  Arras  1916;  Passchendaele  1917.  Dispatches  Dec.  1916. 
M.C.  Sept.  1917. 

HADDOW,  JOHN  REID. 

Daniel  Stewart's  College,  ist  Highland  Cadet  Battn.,  1912-13,  Cadet  Corporal. 
Student  of  Science,  1914-15.  Royal  Scots  Greys,  Trooper  Nov.  1914.  I7th 
Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  Attached  Royal  Air  Force,  1918. 

HADDOW,  ROSS  T. 

Falkirk  High  School.  Student  of  Arts,  1913-14  and  1918-19.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
Aug.  to  Nov.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut  Nov.  1914;  Lieut.  June  1916; 
Acting  Major  Aug.  1918.  4th  Northumbrian  Howitzer  Brigade.  31 7th  Brigade, 
63rd  R.N.  Division.  M.C.  Oct.  1917. 

HAIG,  PATRICK  BALFOUR. 

Loretto;  First  XV.  M.B.,  C.M.  1889;  M.R.C.S. ;  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.).  President, 
Royal  Medical  Society.  Resident,  R.I.E.  and  Sick  Children's  Hospital.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1892;  Lieut.-Col.  1912.  Waziristan  1894-5;  N.-W.  Frontier 
1897-8;  Uganda  1899-1900.  Hospital  Ships,  1914-16;  Field  Ambulance,  N.-W. 
Frontier,  India,  1916  and  1917.  Dispatches  Feb.  1917  and  March  1919.  C.B- 
Feb.  1917. 

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HAIG,  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  CM.  1894.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Oct.  1900;  Major  July  1912.  O.C.  Ambulance 
Train.  France.  D.S.O.  Jan.  1917.  T.D. 

HAINE,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM  PRESTON. 

Alloa  Academy.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-16  and  1917-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1914-16,  Cadet.  Royal  Naval  Auxiliary  Sick  Berth  Reserve,  Feb. 
1916.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  Oct.  1916. 

HAINE,  JOHN  EDGAR. 

Boroughmuir  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-20;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1920.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  Oct.  1916  to  April  1919,  Cadet.  7th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch), 
Private  Aug.  1916.  R.N.V.R.,  Surgeon-Probationer,  March  1918. 

HAINES,  MAURICE  COLTON. 

Ulverston  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1897-8.  ist  V.B.  Royal  Lancaster 
Regiment,  1895;  Captain  1903.  ist  London  Regiment,  Royal  Fusiliers,  1904; 
Temp.  Major  Jan.  1915.  Ministry  of  Munitions,  April  1917. 

HAKE,  CYRIL  MARRIOTT. 

Student  of  Science,  1912-15  and  1919-20;  B.Sc.  1920.  O.T.C.  Engineers,  1912-14, 
Cadet.  R.E.  (T.),  City  of  Dundee  Fortress,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1914 ;  Lieut.  June  1916. 

HALDANE,  DAVID. 

Warrender  Park  School.  Student  of  Science,  1910-15.  gth,  I5th,  2nd,  and  iith 
Royal  Scots,  Private  1909;  Q.M.S.  June  1915;  2nd  Lieut.  June  1917;  Lieut. 
Nov.  1918.  Instructor,  Machine-Gun  School,  Barry.  France. 

HALL,  ANDREW  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1899;  M.D.  (Gold  Medallist),  1905.  9th 
Canadian  Field  Ambulance,  Private  1917.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut  Feb.  1918.  2/2nd 
London  Field  Ambulance. 

HALL,  ARTHUR  CROWDER. 

Calday  Grange  Grammar  School.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  Jan.  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1918. 

HALL,  DONALD  GEORGE. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.A.  1904;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900,  and 
M.D.  (Camb.)  1904;  L.R.C.P.  1900;  M.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1904;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 
1900.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  1908.  No.  2  Eastern  General  Hospital. 

HALL,  EDMUND  ALEXANDER  WILLIAM. 

M.B.,  C.M.  1886.     Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut-Col.  1912. 

HALL,  HENRY  BAKER. 

Malvern  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1891.  Royal  Navy,  May  1892,  Fleet  Surgeon, 
May  1908.  Retired  Feb.  1915.  H.M.S.  Challenger. 

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Record   of  War   Service 

HALL,  IAN  SIMSON. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914-15  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914  to  Aug.  1915,  Cadet.  R.F.A.  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut. 
Sept.  1915;  Lieut.  Oct.  1917.  France  April  1916  to  Sept.  1918. 

HALL,  JAMES  THOMAS. 

National  School,  Ballybay,  Ireland.  M.A.  1907;  B.D.  1910.  Minister,  Church 
of  Scotland.  Chaplain,  Captain,  Dec.  1915.  8th  Casualty  Clearing  Station,  France, 
Dec.  1915  to  Oct.  1916.  2nd  King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers,  Oct.  1916  to  March 
1918.  Dispatches  May  1918.  O.B.E.  (Military)  June  1918. 

HALL,  JOHN  FORTUNE. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Law,  1912-14.  Chartered  Accountant,  1919. 
4th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  1908;  L/Corporal  1913;  Sergeant  Nov.  1914; 
C.Q.M.S.  May  1915. 

HALL,  JOHN  ROBERTSON. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907.  Medical  Examiner,  Recruits;  V.A.D. 
Hospital,  Morton  House,  Co.  Durham.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1916.  France. 
Wounded,  Somme,  1916. 

HALL,  JOSIAH  FIELD. 

King  Edward  VI.  School,  Birmingham.  M.B.,  CM.  1892.  Vol.  Medical  Staff 
Corps,  1886-7,  Private.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Captain  Nov.  1914.  M.O.,  2/22nd  Battn, 
London  Regiment,  France,  1916-17. 

HALL,  PETER  TAYLOR. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  1896.  Minister,  U.F.  Church  of  Scotland. 
Chaplain,  Captain,  Dec.  1915.  Dispatches  May  1917. 

HALL,  ROBERT. 

Grant  School,  Riverside,  California.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-13  and  1918-19. 
R.F.A.  (T.),  276th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  1913;  Lieut.  1915.  R.F.C.,  Captain  April 
1917.  R.F.A.,  Captain  Dec.  1918.  France  Sept.  1915  to  Dec.  1917.  Wounded 
at  Nieuport  July  1917.  Dispatches  April  1917.  M.C.  July  1917. 

HALL,  SIDNEY  HERBERT. 

M.B.,  CM.  1894;  M.D.  1919.  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  April  1915;  Captain  April  1916. 
Malta  1915-16;  Palestine  and  Syria  1917-18;  Egypt  1919. 

HALL,  WILLIAM  TELFORD. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Science,  1913-14  and  1918-20;  B.Sc.  1920. 
6th  Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  4th  Royal  Irish  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  April 
1915;  Lieut.  Feb.  1917;  Captain  March  1918.  Attached  Machine-Gun  Corps. 
France;  Salonika  1916.  Wounded  in  Flanders  May  1918. 

HALLAM,  ARTHUR  RUPERT. 

Sheffield  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901  ;  M.D.  1905.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut. 
1906;  Major  Nov.  1909.  3rd  Northern  General  Hospital,  Sheffield. 

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HALLCHURCH,  WALTER  WILLIAM. 

Wolverhampton  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1914.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Dec  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915.  343rd  Field  Ambulance. 
S.M.O.,  Brigade  H.Q.,  Enniskillen.  O.C.  Hounslow  Military  Hospital. 

HALLEY,  FRANCIS  MURRAY. 

Crieff  Academy  and  Daniel  Stewart's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1910-15; 
M.B.,  Ch.B.  1915.  Demonstrator  of  Anatomy,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Medical,  Dec. 
1914  to  Aug.  1915.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  Jan.  1916.  2nd 
Scottish  Horse  Field  Ambulance,  Salonika.  Mesopotamia  Jan.  to  Dec.  1918. 

HALLIDAY-CROOM,  DAVID. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Camb.)  1898;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  M.D.  1906; 
F.R.C.P.  (Edin.)  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April  1917  ;  Captain.  France. 

HALLIWELL,  BASIL  T. 

Epsom  College  and  Warwick  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1918-19. 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1913-14,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  86th  Brigade,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct. 
1914;  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Acting  Captain  Dec.  1916;  Temp.  Captain  March  1918. 
France  July  1915  to  June  1918.  Dispatches  Feb.  1918.  M.C.  Aug.  1917. 

HALTON,  HENRY. 

Giggleswick.  M.B.,  CM.  1895;  M.D.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  1900,  Captain;  Major 
April  1915.  Salonika  and  India.  Kohat,  Afghan  Frontier. 

HAMILTON,  ALEXANDER  GEORGE. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1898.  No.  4  Coy.  Q.R.V.B.,  Royal  Scots,  1893-8,  Corporal.  Chester 
Vol.,  Surgeon-Captain,  i/ist  Welsh  Border  Mounted  Brigade  Field  Ambulance, 
1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut-Col.  July  1913.  Mobilised  March  1917.  23ist  Field 
Ambulance.  Egypt,  Palestine,  and  France.  Dispatches  (Jerusalem).  O.B.E. 

HAMILTON,  ANDREW  ROWAN. 

Campbell  College,  Belfast ;  First  XI.  Student  of  Medicine,  1909-14;  M.B.,  Ch.B. 
1914;  D.P.H.  (Belfast)  1917.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  Oct.  1914.  I3th  Royal 
Irish  Rifles. 

HAMILTON,  ANDREW  STEWART  LOUDON. 

Giggleswick;  First  XV.  and  XI.  O.T.C.  1911-15,  Cadet  Officer.  University 
O.T.C.  Artillery,  Sept.  1915  to  Feb.  1916,  Cadet.  Royal  Military  Academy. 
Feb.  1916.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Lieut.  Feb.  1918  to  Sept.  1919. 
France.  Wounded  Sept.  1918.  M.C.  May  1918. 

HAMILTON,  ARCHIBALD  GORDON. 

Glasgow  Academy;  First  XI.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1916-17,  Cadet; 
Officer  Cadet  June  1917.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1918.  58th  Division.  France. 

HAMILTON,  ARNOLD  ANGUS. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Medicine,  1915-16.  O.T.C.  Artillery, 
1916-17,  Cadet.  R.N.V.R.,  attached  R.N.A.S.,  Sick  Berth  Reserve,  Aug.  1917. 
Haslar  and  Chatham  Naval  Hospitals.  Munitions. 

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HAMILTON,  BROWN. 

M.A.  1905.     His  Majesty's  Inspector  of  Schools.     Private  in  the  Army. 

HAMILTON,  EBEN  STUART  BURT. 

Campbell  College,  Belfast.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1919.  O.T.C. 
Medical,  April  1908  to  Jan.  1910,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1910; 
Captain  July  1914.  Prisoner  of  War  for  five  months,  1914-15.  France,  Mons, 
1914.  M.C.  1916. 

HAMILTON,  FERGUSON. 

Carriden  School,  Bo'ness.  M.A.  1907.  Schoolmaster.  R.G.A.,  228th  Siege 
Battery,  Gunner  (Observer),  May  1916.  Officer  Cadet  Aug.  1918. 

HAMILTON,  GEORGE. 

Auchinleck,  Ayrshire.  M.A.  1906.  Schoolmaster.  George  Heriot's  School 
O.T.C.  1915-16,  Lieut,  and  O.C.  Royal  Scots,  Lieut.  Jan.  1916;  Temp.  Captain. 

HAMILTON,  HENRY  FLEMING. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.).  West  African  Medical  Staff,  Captain, 
Cameroons  Exp.  Force,  Gold  Coast. 

HAMILTON,  JAMES  KIRKLAND. 

Royal  Academy,  Tain.  M.A.  1902;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  June 
1917;  Captain  July  1918. 

HAMILTON,  JAMES  OLIVER. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908.  R.A.M.C.  (S.R.),  Lieut.  1910; 
Captain  Sept.  1914.  France  1914-17.  Invalided  out  Feb.  1917. 

HAMILTON,  JOHN  ARCHIBALD. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  CM.  1892;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1903.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1895;  Lt.-Col.  July  1914;  Acting  Colonel  Dec.  1917. 
China,  1900.  Indian  Corps,  France,  Oct.  1914  to  Dec.  1915.  Mesopotamia  from 
Jan.  1916.  Dispatches  Dec.  1915  and  June  1919.  C.M.G.  Jan.  1916. 

HAMILTON,  JOHN  ARNOTT. 

M.A.  1912;  B.D.  1917.  Minister,  Church  of  Scotland.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov. 
1909  to  April  1913,  Cadet.  Assistant  Chaplain,  Cromarty. 

HAMILTON,  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1901;  M.D.  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1915;  Temp.  Captain  May 
1916.  South  Wales  Borderers,  ii5th  Brigade,  France. 

HAMILTON,  WILLIAM. 

Student  of  Arts,  1911-15;  M.A.  (Hons.  Ment.  Phil.)  1915.  O.T.C.  Infantry. 
Sept.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet.  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  March  1915, 
France.  Invalided  May  1916.  R.A.M.C,  Nigg,  April  1917. 

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HAMILTON,  WILLIAM  HUGH. 

Edinburgh  Institution.  Student  of  Arts  and  Law,  1891-9;  M.A.  1895.  Writer 
to  the  Signet,  1899.  Army  Pay  Corps,  Acting  Paymaster,  Scottish  Command 
Nov.  1915. 

HAMILTON-GRIERSON,  PHILIP  FRANCIS. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  B.A.  (Oxford).  Student  of  Law  1905-7.  Advocate,  1907. 
i/4th  Royal  Scots,  Aug.  1914.  5th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers  (T.),  Acting  Lieut.  Oct. 
1914;  Acting  Captain  July  1915;  Lieut.  June  1916;  Captain  Dec.  1917;  Staff 
Captain  Dec.  1917  to  1918.  Seconded  to  Egyptian  Army,  March  1919.  Sudan. 
Dispatches  1916  and  1918.  M.B.E.  (Military)  Jan.  1919. 

HAMMAN,  DIRK  JACOB  HUGO. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.) ;  L.M.  (Dublin).  South  African  Medical  Corps, 
Captain  Oct.  1917. 

HAMMOND,  THOMAS  B. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1887-91.  I3th  London  Regiment  (Princess  Louise's 
Kensington),  Private. 

HAMOND,  FREDERICK  JAMES. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.A.  (Hons.  Classics)  1907.  Schoolmaster.  R.N.A.S. 
(Armoured  Car  Division),  Petty  Officer;  Air  Mechanic  Oct.  1914;  Chief  Petty 
Officer  Aug.  1916.  Dispatch  Rider.  German  South-West  Africa  1915,  and  East 
Africa  1915-17.  Invalided  out  July  1917. 

HANDASYDE,  ALEXANDER  KINCAID. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1911-12.  Chartered  Accountant,  1914. 
R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Private  Nov.  1914;  Acting  R.Q.M.S.  1918.  3rd  Lowland 
Field  Ambulance. 

HANDFORD,  HENRY. 

Atherstone  Grammar  School.  M.B.,  CM.  1878  ;  M.D.  1882  ;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1878  ; 
D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1884;  F.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1889.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  (Sanitary  Service), 
Major  1909.  Mobilised  June  1915  to  May  1916. 

HANDYSIDE,  PATRICK  BRODIE. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  M.B.,  C.M.  1883.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-General,  April 
1917;  Surgeon  Rear-Admiral.  Sierra  Leone,  West  Africa,  1898-9;  R.N.  Hospital, 
Chatham.  C.B.  June  1918;  Imperial  Japanese  Order  of  the  Sacred  Treasure 
(2nd  Class)  Nov.  1918;  K.B.E.  June  1919. 

HANMER,  HASSAL. 

Wallasey    Grammar    School.       M.A.    1913.  Minister,   Congregational    Church. 

i7th   King's    Liverpool    Regiment,    Private  Sept.    1914;    Sergeant    Sept.    1915; 

Colour-Sergeant   Nov.    1917.     France   Nov.  1915   to   Sept.    1918;    North  Russia 

Oct.   1918  to  June  1919.     Dispatches  June  1919. 

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HANNA,  GEORGE  HENRY. 

Fulnech,  Leeds.     M.B.,  Ch.B.  1900;  M.D.  1911.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  1916. 

HANNA,  JAMES  BOWMAN. 

Bangor  Grammar  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1917. 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1916-17,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  May  1917;  Captain  May  1918; 
Acting  Major  Jan.  1919.  Salonika  June  1917-18;  Black  Sea  1919. 

HANNA,  WILLIAM  G.  C. 

Loretto;  First  XV.  Student  of  Law,  1899.  Chartered  Accountant,  1904; 
F.C.I.S.  Scottish  Horse  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Aug.  1914.  4th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Lieut.  July  1917;  Staff  Captain  (Temp.  Captain)  June  1918  to  March  1919. 
France  1916-19.  Dispatches  1918  and  1919.  O.B.E.  1919. 

HANNAH,  PERCY. 

Student  of  Arts,  1915-16.     R.A.M.C.,  Private,     ist  Welsh  Field  Ambulance. 

HANNAH,  ROBERT. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1908;  D.P.H.  (Edin.)  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Temp. 
Captain  Sept.  1915.  M.C.  July  1917. 

HANNAY,  HARRY. 

Ewart  High  School.  Student  of  Science,  1901-8.  Associate,  Institute  of  Mining 
and  Metallurgy.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  May  1915,  Cadet.  5th  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  2nd  Lieut.  May  1915.  R.E.  (T.),  Lowland  Division,  Lieut.  Nov.  1916; 
Acting  Captain  Jan.  1916;  Acting  Major  Oct.  1918  to  March  1919.  M.C.June 
1916.  Dispatches  May  1918. 

HARCUS,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18,  Cadet  Bombardier ; 
Officer  Cadet  May  1918.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Feb.  1919. 

HARDIE,  JOHN  ANDREW. 

George  Heriot's  School;  First  XV.  and  XI.  M.A.  (Hons.  Maths.)  and  B.Sc.  1908. 
O.T.C.  Infantry,  1914-15,  Cadet  L/Corporal.  George  Heriot's  O.T.C.,  2nd  Lieut. 
June  1915.  4th  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1918  to 
Jan.  1919. 

HARDIE,  ROBERT. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  C.M.  1882 ;  M.D.  1905.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon 
March  1887.  Retired  1908.  Mobilised,  Fleet-Surgeon,  Aug.  1914;  Surgeon- 
Commander;  Surgeon-Captain,  Nov.  1918.  Retired  Dec.  1918.  Ministry  of 
Pensions.  Mention  Nov.  1914.  O.B.E.  Jan.  1919. 

HARDIE,  RONALD  W.  W. 

Edinburgh  Institution;  First  XV.  and  XI.  Cadet  Corps  1913-17,  Sergeant. 
Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.N.A.S.,  Sub-Lieut.  April  1917.  Royal  Air  Force, 
Lieut.  April  1918;  Captain  and  Pilot  Feb.  1919. 

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HARDING,  HOWARD. 

Merchant  Taylors;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Jan.  1904; 
Captain  July  1907;  Major  July  1915.  India.  Dispatches  Jan.  1916. 

HARDWICKE,  LAWRENCE  CAMPBELL  VIGOR. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1904.  R.A.M.C.  (T.),  Major  July  1917.  O.C.  3/s'rd  London  Field 
Ambulance. 

HARE,  ARTHUR  WILLIAM. 

Oliver's  Mount  School,  Scarborough.  M.B.,  CM.  (Hons.)  1882;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.) 
1886;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1886.  President,  Royal  Medical  Society.  Assistant  in 
Surgery,  1884-8;  Professor  of  Surgery,  Manchester  University.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
April  1915. 

HARE,  EDWARD. 

Leith  Academy.  M.A.  1910;  (Hons.  Hist.)  1913.  Schoolmaster.  Seaforth 
Highlanders,  Private  Nov.  1915;  L/Corporal;  Sergeant. 

HARKNESS,  JOHN. 

Wallace  Hall  Academy,  Dumfriesshire.  Student  of  Arts  and  Divinity,  1910-16; 
M.A.  1914,  9th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  Private  Nov.  1915-19.  ist  King's  Own  Scottish 
Borderers,  Aug.  1916.  France.  Wounded  at  Ginchy,  Somme,  Jan.  1917. 

HARKNESS,  ROBERT  COLTART. 

Dumfries  Academy;  First  XV.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1909;  F.R.C.S.  (Eng.);  F.R.C.P. 
(Lond.).  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Feb.  1916;  Captain  Feb.  1917;  Acting  Major 
Aug.  1918. 

HARLEY,  JAMES. 

George  Heriot's  School.  Student  of  Arts  and  Science,  1910-15  ;  M.A.,  B.Sc.  1915. 
Schoolmaster.  R.E.  (Special  Brigade),  Corporal  July  1915;  Acting  Sergeant 
Jan.  to  March  1919. 

HARLEY,  JAMES  LAWSON. 

Dunfermline  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.A.M.C.,  April  1916. 
Optician,  3rd  Scottish  General  Hospital,  Glasgow.  France. 

HARLEY,  JOHN  LAING. 

George  Heriot's  School.  O.T.C.  1912-15,  Cadet  Corporal.  Student  of  Science, 
1918.  gth  Royal  Scots,  Private  Oct.  1915.  R.E.,  No.  3  Special  Coy.,  Pioneer 
July  1916.  France.  Wounded  at  the  Somme,  Aug.  1916,  and  Ypres,  July  1917. 

HARMER,  JOHN  DANIEL. 

Towcester  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1905  ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1909.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
Dec.  1914;  Captain  Dec.  1915.  N.  Rhodesian  Medical  Corps,  1917.  France 
1915-16.  India  and  Mesopotamia  1916-17. 

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HARPER,  ALEXANDER. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Law,  1900-3.  Writer  to  the  Signet,  1905. 
I4th  Argyll  and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  Private  May  1915;  L/Corporal.  4th 
Royal  Scots,  2nd  Lieut.  France,  Beaumont  Hamel,  Arras,  and  Bourlon  Wood, 
June  1916  to  March  1918. 

HARPER,  FRANCES  MARGARET. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903;  D.P.H.  (Camb.);  D.T.M.,  R.C.P.  &  S.  (Eng.).  Attached 
R.A.M.C.,  No.  2  Malta  Coy.,  Tign£,  and  St  Andrew's  Military  Hospitals,  Malta, 
Aug.  1916  to  May  1919.  M.O.,  Lady  Muriel  Paget's  Mission  to  Czecho-Slovakia 
June  1919. 

HARPER,  FREDERICK  GEORGE. 

George  Watson's  College.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1907;  M.D.  1910.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. 
March  1915;  Captain  Sept.  1915.  M.C.  1918. 

HARPER,  GEORGE. 

Leith  Walk  School.  Pathology  Department.  R.A.M.C.,  Private  Aug.  1914; 
Corporal  July  1916;  Sergeant  Feb.  1917.  I3th  Field  Ambulance,  I4th  Stationary 
Hospital  Laboratory,  Boulogne  Base.  France  1914. 

HARPER-NELSON,  JOHN  JOSEPH. 

Coopers  Company  School,  London.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1907;  M.D.  and  F.R.C.S. 
(Edin.)  1913.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1908;  Captain  1911;  Major  May 
1918.  Dispatches  May  1915,  Oct.  1917,  Oct.  1918,  and  Feb.  1919.  M.C.  Oct. 
1917.  O.B.E.  Feb.  1919. 

HARRIES,  THOMAS  LAVELLIN  PAXLEY. 

Student  of  Medicine,  1911-17;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1916.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon- 
Probationer,  Dec.  1914;  Surgeon  April  1917. 

HARRINGTON,  ARCHIBALD  CHAPMAN. 

Glenalmond.  O.T.C.  1913.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  1917-18,  Cadet  Corporal. 
R.G.A.,  Officer  Cadet  June  1918  ;  2nd  Lieut.  March  1919. 

HARRIS,  ARTHUR  TREVENNING. 

Grahamstown  School,  South  Africa.  O.T.C.  1906-12.  Student  of  Medicine, 
1914-15  and  1917-19;  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1919.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1915,  Cadet,  ist  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct.  1915  to  April  1917. 

HARRIS,  CHARLES  EDWARD  SMITH. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899.  Royal  Navy,  Surgeon-Lieut,  Aug.  1914.  H.M.  Ships  Fear  less 
and  Endeavour. 

HARRIS,  CHESTER. 

Newfoundland.  Mount  Allison  University,  Sackville,  N.B.,  Canada.  B.A.  1910; 
M.B.  Ch.B.  1916.  University  O.T.C.  Medical,  1914-16.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  April 
1916;  Captain  April  1917.  gth  Battn.  Royal  Sussex  Regiment.  France  1916-18; 
Salonika  and  Bulgaria  1918-19.  M.C.  1918. 

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HARRIS,  HERBERT  REGINALD. 

Fort  William  High  School.  Student  of  Medicine,  1918.  R.N.V.R.,  Signalman 
June  1916. 

HARRISON,  ALEXANDER. 

Merchiston  Castle.  O.T.C.  1904-7.  Student  of  Law,  1911-14.  Chartered 
Accountant,  J9H.  7th  Royal  Scots  (T.),  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut.  June 
1915;  Captain  July  1916;  Major.  Attached  Machine-Gun  Corps,  Feb.  1918. 

HARRISON,  JAMES  LEES.     (See  p.  749.) 

HARRISON,  WILLIAM  ATKINSON. 

Queen  Elizabeth  Grammar  School,  Penrith.  M.B.,  CM.  1880;  B.Sc.  (P.H.)  1883. 
Australian  Army  Medical  Corps,  Captain  July  1915. 

HARRISS,  STANLEY  ARTHUR. 

M.B.,  CM.  1891;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  and  L.R.C.P.  (Lond.)  1893;  D.P.H.  (Camb.) 
1894.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Major;  Lieut-Col.  Jan.  1914. 

HART,  FREDERICK  G. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  Student  of  Law,  1906-8.  8th  Seaforth  Highlanders, 
Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Captain  Jan.  1916.  M.C. 

HART,  FREDERICK  JOHN  ABT. 

George  Watson's  College;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-14,  Cadet  Sergeant.  Student 
of  Science,  1914-15.  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Oct.  1914,  Cadet.  R.F.A.,  2nd  Lieut.  Oct. 
1914;  Lieut.  Dec.  1915  ;  Acting  Captain  Feb.  1917  to  March  1920.  Egypt  March 
1915.  Gallipoli  April  1915  ;  France  March  1916  to  June  1919.  Thrice  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches. 

HART,  JAMES  ARCHIBALD. 

George  Watson's  College.  Student  of  Arts  and  Medicine,  1912-15  and  1918-19; 
M.A.  1915.  O.T.C  Infantry,  1914-15,  Medical  1918-19,  Cadet.  R.A.M.C  (T.), 
Private  May  1915. 

HARTLEY,  JAMES  NORMAN  JACKSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  (Hons.)  1913;  F.R.C.S.  (Edia).  R.A.M.C,  Lieut.  Dec.  1915;  Captain 
Dec.  1916.  Edinburgh  and  Border  War  Hospital,  Dunkirk,  1915;  Surgical 
Observation  Hut,  Etaples,  1917-18.  France.  O.B.E.  (Military)  1919. 

HARTY,  GARNET  WILSON. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1903 ;  F.R.C.S.  (Edin.)  1905.  N.Z.  Medical  Corps,  Temp.  Major  1916. 
O.C.  No.  4  Field  Ambulance,  and  Ophthalmic  Surgeon,  N.Z.  Exp.  Force. 

HARVEY,  ALEXANDER  WILLIAM  MONTGOMERY. 

Arbroath  High  School.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1902.  Indian  Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1903 ; 
Captain  1906;  Major  Aug.  1915;  Brevet  Lieut.-Col.  June  1917.  France  Sept. 
1914  to  Dec.  1915  ;  D.A.D.M.S.,  ist  Indian  Army  Corps.  Mesopotamia,  Feb.  1916 
to  March  1919;  North  Persia  1919.  Dispatches  Feb.  1915  and  Aug.  1917. 

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HARVEY,  ARTHUR. 

Student  of  Arts,  1913-15.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Nov.  1914  to  March  1915,  Cadet. 
1 5th  and  23rd  Northumberland  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut;  Captain  and  Adjutant 
March  1918.  France. 

HARVEY,  DAVID  STANGER. 

M.B.,  Ch.B.  1910.     R.A.M.C.,  Lieut. ;  Captain  Oct.  1915. 

HARVEY,  GEORGE  WADDELL. 

Edinburgh  Academy.  O.T.C.  1914-15.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery, '  April 
1916-17,  Cadet  Bombardier;  Officer  Cadet  April  1917.  Forth  R.G.A.,  2nd  Lieut. 
June  1917;  Lieut.  Dec.  1918. 

HARVEY,  WILLIAM  FREDERICK. 

Dollar  Academy.  M.A.  1893;  M.B.,  C.M.  1897;  D.P.H.  (Camb.)  1899.  Indian 
Medical  Service,  Lieut.  1899;  Major  Jan.  1911;  Mobilised  Dec.  1914;  Lieut-Col. 
Jan.  1919.  Indian  Exp.  Force.  France  1915;  Mesopotamia.  Invalided  home 
May  1917.  Dispatches  Aug.  1917  and  July  1919. 

HASELL,  GODFREY  SINCLAIR. 

Rossall.  Cadet  Corps  1903-6,  Cadet  Corporal.  B.Sc.  1912.  A.M.I.C.E.  O.T.C. 
Engineers,  1909-12,  Cadet  Sergeant.  R.E.,  Lieut  Jan.  1915;  Captain  Feb.  1916; 
Acting  Major  June  1918;  Major  Oct.  1918;  Adjutant  R.C.E.  and  O.C.  262nd 
Coy.  R.E.,  Aug.  1916  to  March  1919.  France.  Dispatches  1918  and  1919. 
M.C.  1919. 

HASLAM,  JOHN  FEARBY  CAMPBELL. 

Dollar  Academy.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1912.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  Oct.  1908-12,  Cadet 
Sergeant  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  July  1915;  Captain  July  1916.  Salonika  and 
France.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917.  M.C.  Jan.  1918. 

HASTIE,  STUART  HENDERSON. 

George  Heriot's  School.  B.Sc.  1911.  O.T.C.  Infantry,  1909-12  and  1914-15,  Cadet 
Corporal.  4th  Highland  Light  Infantry  (S.R.),  2nd  Lieut.  April  1915  ;  Lieut.  July 
1917.  Tank  Corps  July  1916,  Acting  Major  Feb.  1918.  M.C;  O.B.E. 

HASTINGS,  HARRY. 

George  Watson's  College.  O.T.C.  1909-10.  Student  of  Medicine,  1914.  gth 
Royal  Scots,  Private  Aug.  1914.  I3th  Highland  Light  Infantry,  2nd  Lieut. 
July  1915.  5th  and  8th  Lancashire  Fusiliers,  Lieut.  June  1916;  Acting  Captain 
April  1916.  France  1915  and  1917-18.  Prisoner  of  War  1918. 

HASTINGS,  THOMAS  ERNEST. 

St  Lawrence  College.  First  XL,  Football  and  Hockey.  O.T.C.  1908-12.  Student 
of  Medicine,  1912-14  and  1918.  O.T.C.  Medical,  1912-14,  Cadet  L/Corporal. 
5th  Royal  Inniskilling  Fusiliers,  2nd  Lieut.  Sept.  1914;  Lieut  Jan.  1915;  Captain 
Oct.  1915.  Gallipoli  1915;  Serbia  1915;  Macedonia  1915-17;  Palestine  1917-18. 
Wounded  Aug.  1915.  Dispatches  Nov.  1917.  M.C.  Jan.  1918. 

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HASTON,  ALBERT. 

Bathgate  Academy.     Student  of  Arts,  1918.     Machine-Gun  Corps,  Private. 

HASWELL,  CYRIL  WEBB. 

Kingsmead  School,  Cheshire.  University  O.T.C.  Artillery,  Jan.  to  April  1917, 
Cadet.  2nd  Artists'  Rifles,  Private  April  1917.  2/i?th  London  Regiment, 
L/Corporal  Sept.  1918;  Sergeant  Dec.  1918.  British  Military  Mission,  U.S.A., 
Sept.  1917  to  March  1918.  France  March  1918  to  July  1919. 

HASWELL,  JOHN  FRANCIS. 

Leys  School,  Cambridge.  M.B.,  CM.  1886;  M.D.  1898;  M.R.C.S.  (Eng.)  1890. 
4th  Border  Regiment,  1886,  Lieut-Col.  Oct.  1914.  Transferred  to  R.A.M.C., 
Lieut-Col.  July  1917.  Dispatches  (India)  1917.  V.D. 

HATHAWAY,  FRANK  JOHN. 

Aldenham.  M.B.,  Ch.B.  1899;  M.D.  1902.  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps, 
1895-9,  Private.  South  African  Campaign,  1900.  R.A.M.C.,  Captain  1916. 

HAULTAIN,  WILLIAM  FRANCIS  THEODORE. 

Edinburgh  Academy;  First  XV.  O.T.C.  1908-11,  Cadet  Sergeant.  B.A.  (Camb.). 
Student  of  Medicine,  1910-16;  M.B.,  B.C.  (Camb.)  1916.  Cambridge  University 
O.T.C.  Medical,  1911-14,  Cadet  Corporal.  Resident  Dresser,  2nd  Scottish  General 
Hospital,  Aug.  1914  to  April  1915.  R.A.M.C.,  Lieut.  Aug.  1916;  Captain  Feb. 
1917.  29th  Lancers  (Indian  Army).  Palestine.  M.C.  Jan.  1919;  O.B.E.  and 
Dispatches  June  1919. 

HAUPTFLEISCH,  FRANCOIS  JOUBERT. 

High  School,  Lower  Paarl.  Student  of  Medicine,  1911-16;